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TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1619 



I JOHN PHILIPOTT, 

i ilonge fragon, ' Irf' 



DBrOIV AND AaSlSTAJ4T TO WILLIAU CAMDaH, CLAHBMCIErZ 



LONDON : 
PRINTED BS JOHN EDWAED TAYLOE, 

LITTLE qUEBS STREET, LINCOLN'S INN rlELDS. 
1863. 



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By JOSEPH JACKSON HOWABD, LL.D., F.S.A. 



lEeprinUd from * AjtCKSOLOOU. Cantiana/ Vol. IV.] 



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Taken ik thx Ysab 1619 

BT 

JOHN PHILIPOTT, Bouob Dragon, 



DeptUy amd Auutami to WUliam Camden^ Clarencieux Kinff-of-Amu. 



[From a copy in the handwriting of Sir Bdward Bering now preserved in the 

Sunenden library, with additions, etc.] 



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VISITATION OP THE COUNTT OF KENT. 

Jfanus. 



To »U »nd MiiBular, as wall Nobles and Qantlemen u othere, to whom theis pre- 
Bsnt'a ihall come, I, William Camden, Esquier, Clarenooui King-of-Armea of the 
South-east and West parti of thii RealmB of England, from the River of Trent 
KHithwardi, ftond greeting in our Lord Ood ererlBsting. Among many and sundry 
monuments deui«ed by our prudent progenitors to commend tlio memory of moo 
of worth iind good deurta to lucceoding sgw, it ii notorioui tJiat the cheifeat and 
mo«t tiuaI hath bjn the bearing of 
aignes in aheilda, commonly c&Ucd 
armes, both ai euident demonatrationa 
of their virtues and the rewards of the 
same, that for their commendable ser- 
vice lo their Prinee and Countnr, in 
warre or peace, thej may in theint 
Ijuea reoeave due honor, and deriue 
the same after their death aucoeaaively 
to their poaletity. 

In which re^met, whereaa Boger 
James, of Upminster Hall, in the 
county of Esiei, and John James, hii 
brotlier, sonnes of Boger Jamee of 
London, natife of Cliuelaad, of the 
familie of Hawkstert,and Sank hiswife, 
daughter and sole heire of Henry 
MorBlcin, of Liege, hatJi requ«ted me 
to take notioe of the armes lawfully de- 
scended to them, and the same to rois- 
ter in my books, notifie, eiempliSe, and 
emblazon, I could not but oondeaoend 
to Ih sir reasonable requeat, and hare ac- 
oordingly herein notified, eiomplifiod, 
and emblazoned the same (vidttietfi — 
Quarterly.flnt, argent, acheueron sable 
betwene three Ferr de Molyns trans- 
verae of the tame, by tlio name of 
James. Secondly, bury wavy of aii 
argent and aiure, on a cheife or tliree 
swallowea volant proper,* by the name 
of Monkyn. The third ai the second ; the fowerth as the first. And for the creaet 
of James, a garb argent banded vert. For the creast of Morskin, a atorke Or 
beaked and l^gcd sable, as more plainly appeareth depicted in the margent. The 
which armes and creaala, I, the said King-of-Arme« doe oonflrme, ratifle, and aJlow 
to the said Boger James and John hit brother; as also to Arnold James, of London ; 
WiUiam James, of Item, in the county of Kent, Thomaa Jamea, of Strowd-greene, 
in the county oif Middl»ei ; Bichard Jimea, of Halandyn, in the county of Kuax ; 
John James and Qeorg James, of Itam aforesaid, sonnee of Boger James aforesaid, 
noUfeof Cliueland ; and to their poateritve, to bears, vae, and a hew forth, with their 
due difl'erences, according to the lavres of srmee and lawdable cualome of England. 
In vitnea whereof I tiare hereunto sett my baud and aeale of office, the eighteenth 
day of November, anno Dom. 1611, and in the yeares of the nigne of our Soue- 
migne Lord James, by the grace of God £ing of England, Sootland, Fraunce, and 
Ireland, Defender of the Faith, etc.. That is to aay, of England, Fraunce, and Ire- 
land the nyntb, and of Scotland the fire and fortitb. 

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VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 







Johannes Bryan, do 
Kibworth, in oo : 
Iioioestris. 



Elionora, aoror Antony 
Watson, Bpisoopi 
Oioestranais. 



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WOliehnns Biyan, : 
de Wrotham, in co. 
Kent, ar., consang. 
et haar, Antonij 
Watson p*dict 



: Magdalena, filia 
Johis Wats, milit. 
ao Aldermani 
Lond. 



de Hastin^e, 
duzit Aliciam 
filiam Johis 
Brett, de 
Hasting. 



AlimR^ filia unioa, 
nupta Bob*to 
Baie de Kibworth 
p'dict. 



Note.— Anns: Quarterly; one and four, Bryan; two and three, Watson. 

Hie name of Brjran does not occur in the Wrotham Begisters. From an old plan of 
the manor of Wrotham, in the possession of Colonel James, of I^htham Court, entitled 
" Plot of Parte of the Mannor of Wrotham, in Kent, surveyed m May, 1620, by John 
Hine," it would appear that the Brians were possessed of considerable property in 
Wrotham parish at that time. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTV OF KENT. 



S^t ^mus of tSrabtseiib anb IglUton. 



The Skalx of tsb Pobtretx or Gkavhsknd and Milton. 



These are the Armes of the Towne and Corporation of 
QrareBend and MQtoii whose p'viledges have been confirmed 
nnto them by the name of Portrere Jurats and Comonalty of 
the parishes of Gravesend and Milton, in the 5 yeare of the 
Baigne of Q. Elizabeth, w*Ii p'viledgea with those that were 
formerly granted unto them in the tyme of Henry j* 4"' have 
been since confirmed. Att this tyme theise being cheife in the 
goyemment there : 

Tbo. Toksb, Portrere. Tho. Ln, Bw]., StevBrd there. 

JoHX BiRB. Will. TsBiroir. 

Hbhbt Fihoeb. Binijiiin Fpmch. 

BiCHABD BoDsn. Prteu Hillsb. 

Will. Buckkobb. HsHyEBT Tuoebb. 

JouH Hahlxt. Stiphin Cooeb. 

TnoHiB Staitlbt. Jouh Oodiibi'. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT 



Clerlte. 



Note.— Aimi: Qiuuiarl; of fbUT j i 



; three, Taleahun; bur.EUii. 



Eliubeth, duochtn of WUKuii Clerks, Saq., 

Anne, duiihMr of WiUiHn Olcrkii, Eu]., Julj 

>, UM. 
Fnaos^ duihter of WiUium Clerki, B«i., 

U« 3S, IMS. 
Bliubeth, diuehUr of Jiott Clerka, OaO,,, 

Jd1t!», IU7. 
CsUierine, dughtn- of WiUum Clerks, Ewi., 

Juuee, t^ of ilr. WilUuD Oaka, TKomahtt 
33, KM. 

Juie, dughler ol Willum dnke, Bm|., Sep- 
tember s, len. 



BUubelli, dug)it«r of OeoTES Clerka, Omit., 

December la, Un. 
Williun. ■on or Qeorte Oerke, Osii(„ Desu- 

ber 1», 1674. 
Hut, daughter of WiUum Gierke, Beq., Uif 

of Wiltiu Gierke, Gent., 

„ of wmiMi Clark, Gent., 

September 3, UH2. 
Willu^^ aon of WiUiHO Clerks, Bw|., Jane 31, 

n of John OleAs, Oent., Ihreh S, 



KathsriDS, dsoBht 

Apni 10, itea. 

l>orDthr, daual ' 
"---BmberS, 



Geone Clerkc, E*s., to Hn. WineUde Peek- i 

hui, Aunut ll.lbTa. 
Peter PhU to Bliubsth Clerks, kfs* as, ISM. 
£diwd Thsdwn (o Pruioee Gierke, fiorember I 



asone Clerks, Esq., Unreb B, lb». 
Hliubeth, dugbMr of Mr. Jsmee Clerks, 

OUherine, dHEbleraf Williui Gierke, Esq., 
October i, Hit. 



■rife of Williui Clarke, Beq., April 38, 
e, Hsrrh 9£. 1113. 



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VISITATION OF THB COUMTT OF KENT. 



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Anna : Quarterly ; one and four. Tucker ; two and tuee, Hunter. 



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Johumes Bei«= Ffldei, filift Johii 



Joh'aaBera^ Elizabeltm, Samuel, = J(Mmui, Richdiu, 4 Jacobua, Huia, 
de Oken- I filia Warbuiv fiL 2. filuun aL S. nupta 



Beik. I Cestrio. 



Km, de on. Uogeri 

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VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



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BBIDa> BBQIBTRB. 



iHdiB Bugar n* UptiHd tlw lldrnjiof Jdim, 
ttno »!>■. [inerwmrrU Daus of CintBrtraT.] 
Tha irardg withlii bncknto mn in man nudnn 

PATBIXBOimirE BBOMTIK. 

Abo. ItU. Tfaa fowarth diT of Octnbsr, wen 
toMijai Me. Joho BajH, CliA, ud Iln. Annll 
Bvgir, yittbu!. ^ 

AiiD. lOOl. Ths arth diT oT BiibniuT, wm mw- 
iTsd TbomH LnUns and Katharins Barnr 

Abo IgJT, niooiMK«7iniint,Dr.InDiTmilj,»iid 
Hn. Jou BufnTe, TlTfin, mrainuHadtlia M of 



lobertiu 



I [Bemarried John Lu^d, 
of Fordvich, 15S4.] 

I ^ JouuiA, fllitk Johis 
Gilbert, de S&ndwioh. 
[Ob. Dec. U98: will pttmd 1600. Huted'a CoUeotioiu, 

AddiL MSS., No. 66S».] 



Bob> Turner. 
[OfSturn, 
CO. Kent.] 



Ingia, uxor Thomas 
Johii Boji, Bargnve, 
Decani CW- Theologia 



BiehMu* 



deB gntre, 

def^^- 
borne, ar. 



Bobertna, Johaunea. 



Sobtui 



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Jana, fllin Bobtui laacoa 61.0, G OmtvIiu, 

et cohor. duiit Deoanua duiit Dor- 

Bgid^ Tiduam CuituanEe, cam, flltam 

Crauche, de ... Wood, duiit Eliia, Jobis Hai^ 

London. fliiam Johii tine. 



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The following ornia wcro granled bj CamdoD, ia 10tl,to John BargnTO, al'> Barifpr. 
of PatrickilKiTne, in Kont: — Or, on a pale g;uiea a swurd erect ardent, hilled and pa- 
mellvd gold, on a chief aauce three boiBUts. Croat: on a Eooiuit Tort a phoon gulea 
botweeo two laurel branchca proper. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



%91(rmbhMU.* 



Thomu Wombwclli  — JoMUin, fl] 
familui (i}n( nomii>i< Will. Smnn, do 
^Hid Womb««U,iD 
00. BbontaeuiB, venit 
^md Ctntium. 



North Fleete. 



Johannca Wombwell, de = . . . fllia Hiuoiiu 
Wombodl Hall, in Brent, de Cnuing, 

p'ehik de North Fleele. ar. 



[Johanna Wombvell, TbotuM Wombwell, Bl. = Bliiabetha, Blia Athdon, 
90 H. Tn. Dering et hKoet Johii. de ChidingBtone ; 

MS.] I alibi Aahton. 



= WnUu'VI 



1 Hargarela, filia ^ WillDu Wombwell, = 2 Eliiabetha, fllia Tbo. 
Johis Lordaoe, { de WombweU. | Jackson, de Windaore, 

de Kingidowne. mor Ida. [p' flL Pikaiiw : 

I I Denng fiffl.] 

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nio. Wombwell, = Uargarfta, fllia et Ffrancuoa, Baldwimu duiit 

de Wombwell ' ■"•■"-- . t. . . . ^ 

Hall,np'ma 
oonjuee. [Ob. 
lOJuaij, 1619: 
Dering MS.] _ 



Will'i Hatton, nupt. Bod^^ho Benetam, flliam 

de OnTMend, ei Saltnn. [Tel Tho. Tendring, 

Joanna, filia et co- Salten : de co. Bmox. 

heredi WiUimi Walworth. Dering US.] I 



dU.— Amu: Qiurterlj of foia; one, Wombwell; two, HatUm; throe, Walworth; 

fi>ar, BrnnkT ; quorterlj per fass indented ^ule* and or. 

Anu oonfirmed to Wilfiam Wombwell, of Nnthfleet, oent^ by Bobert Cooke 



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VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



Pasling. 




EdwarduB Haaling,: 
de Mepham. 



. . . filia Gbdden, de 
Loyboume, renupta 
Artharo Qeynsford. 



Henricu8Haaling,= Elizabetha, filia Waller, 



de Mepham. 



HcnricuB Hafiling,  
de Mepham. 



de Spelhurst, vidua 
Boberti Gierke. 

Anna, filia Nicholai 
Barham, de Wadhurst. 



Barham Haaling, 
fil. et luBT., SBt, 4i 
annor'. 



I 

Elizabetba. 



Anna. 



Amu : Hasling impaling Barham. 



XXTBACTB VBOH MXOPHAX SBOI8TBB8. 



KABBIAQSII. 



1679. Wminm Tafler and Joan Haaljne, both 

of Mepham. 
1681. Hennr Haalyne and Blizabeth Clarke, 

wi<»)w. 
1001. Gcoree Smith and Elisabeth Haaljne, 
th I 



both single folks. 



1606. William Moreland and Margaret HasUn. 
1006. Mr. Henry Haalin and Anne Barham. 

1617. Thomas Dent and Joan Haslen. 

1618. Oeorge Smith and HeUenor Haslen. 



BAPnncs. 



1686. Elisabeth, da. of Hennr HaalyD, Anf?. 19. 

1687. Heniy, son of Henry Haslyn, July 3. 
1588. Margaret, da. of Henry Haalyn, June 18. 
1689. Edward, son of Henry Haslyn. [Day of 

month omitted.] 
1694. Joan Haslyn, da. of Henxy Haslyn, Jnly 

35. 
1696. HeUenor, da. of Henry Haslyn, March 7- 
1609. John, son of Tho. Haslyn, June 18. 



1614. 
1616. 
1617. 
1619. 
1620. 
1621. 
1636. 
1638. 



Henry, son of Hen^ Haslen, ir., Aoril IS. 
Barham, sonne of Henry Haslen, Mar. 26. 
Elisabeth, da. of Henry Haslen, Aug. 24. 
Anne, da. of Henry Haslen, Sept. 13. 
Elenor, da. of Henry Haslen, Feb. 18. 
Henry, sonne of Henry Haslen, Feb. 24. 
Richani, sonne of Henry Haslen, June 6 . 
Mary, da. of Henry Haslen, July 26. 



BVBIALS. 



1693. Saraford Haslyne, 7th April. 

1698. Wilrork Haslyne, 4 Dec. 

1610. Alice, wyffe of Edward Ilaslin, Jsn. SI. 

1614. Heniy, son of Henry Haalin, jr., April IS. 



1616. Edward Haslen, sen., Jan. 37. 

1617. Henry Haalin, Sept. 26. 
1628. Henry Haalin, Not. IS. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



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omnnggam* 



Thonua Maningbam, de = 
Luton, in co. Bedford. I 



Joh'es Maningham,: 
de Baldock, in oo. 
Haiif., fiL et her. 



Elixabetha, filia 
Butler, de Waislej, 
in CO. p*dict. 



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Bobertufl Maningham, obt 
apud Fenney Drajton, in 
Cant. 



Johanna, filia Joh'ia 
Ffisher, de Bedlow, 
in pVhiade Glophill. 




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Joh*eB Maningham, de 
East Mailing, in oo. 
Gantij, ar. 



Anna, filia Will*i Curie, 
unius auditorum D*ni 
Begifl in Curia pupillor^. 



Johannes, 
fil. 2*-, 
nt. 8 ann' 
et ampL 



Bichardufl, 
fiL et hier., 
est* 11 annor' 
et ampiiua. 



1 Suaanna. 2 Aiina. 



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8 Elizabetha. 



Note. — ^In the original Visitation the crest is as foUowi :— Out of a ducal coronet 
gules a talbot's head or collared of the first, lined sable. 

The following inscription and arms are on a mural monument on the north wall of the 
chancel dT Sast Mailing Church : — 

« Bichardus Mannyngham honestA natus familiA, mercaturam juvenis exercuit satis 
oopiosam, estate provectiore ruri Tocavit, Hteris, A yaletudini ; in studiis tarn dirinis 

2uam humanis eniditus, Lafcind, Gallic^, Belgic^, dixit, scripsit eleganter & propria ; nee 
lieni appetens, nee profusus sui ; amicos mibuit fideliter A benienfe ; pauperes fortuni 
suA subleTarit, affines A consanguineos auxit ; animi candore, Tunfls suavitate A grari- 
tate conspicuus ; sobri^ prudens & sincere pius ; lan^ido tandem confectus morbo, fide 
Beum amplexus orthodox^, expintrit 25^ die Aprilis Af Balutis 1611 et artatis suae 72 ; 
dosideratus suis, maximft Johanni Mannjngham haeredi, qui monumentum hoc memor 
mcerensque posuit." 

Arms : — Sable, a feas ermine in chief, three griffins' heads erased or, l*«gnftH gules. 

Crest: — A talbot's head or, gorged with a collar and langued gules within a crown of 
the last. 



VISITATION OF THE COUHTY OF KENT. 



Thimui WilloaghW, ex Bntjqtu =^ Alku, fllis Tbo. 
familit in p'riucia LinoolnUmiii, Wood, de Hadle;, 

Saene Theologin F'teor et " — 

DecanuB Bo^iuii. 



etoiilcaher. 
johii F&emliiig,* 
de MtHjtUux. 



Tiowaej. 
[Downinge ; 
HmrL HB. 1432.] 



^EathBrina, 
alisBic'di 
Brewer, de 
DiUon. 



Willougli- 
Addhig- 



Haiths, 



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Eunicu, 
niia aen. nupta 

Criape, de Steph. 
Thonet Soott, de 

Halden. 



Thomas, 



Hole— Anna : Quarterl; ; one and fmiT, WOtoogbbj [ two and thnc^ Framling. 
In Ightham Bwiitei we hare— 
Thomaa WillMighb;, aon of Edward, Oent_ baptised SSth Oetober, 1691. 
EliHbeth Willmighb;, daughter Of Edward, baptiied 6th Haj, 1G9S. 
Eliiabeth Willonghl^, daughter of Edward, buried 7th Aogiut. leM. 
(But DO doe whether connected with the ahore.) 
* In the Sbuditono Burgh Hote-Book mention ii made of John FremlTn, Major in 
1S88 ; and of William FremlTD, " hiubaudmau," who wa« admitted a fre^nan Septem- 
ber 18, 18S1. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTy OF KENT. 



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farlstom. 




Bobertus Harletone, = 
de 00. Suff. 



Margareta, ddsponsata 
Matheo Parker, ar. 
Archiepiaoopi CantuarienBis. 



I 

Symon Harlestone,— Katherina. 
de Mendlesham, 
in 00. Sufi*. 



I 
Alicia, uxor Dudley 

Boyland, in oo. 

Surr. 



I 
Samuel Harlestone = Alicia, filia Bichardi 

Hareslip, de Cantab. 



Symon Harlestone, = 
de Fordwich. 



Sara, filia et una 
cohffiredu. ThomiB 
Qibbon, de Bethenden. 



I 
1 Thomas, 2 Symon. 

St. 19 

annor. 

[duxit Mariam 

Norton, de 

Fordwich. 

Bering MS.] 



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8 Samuell. 4 Johannes. 6 Willielmus. 



Sara. 

Alicia. 

Margareta. 

Katherina. 

Anna. 

Phebe. 

Maria. 



ArmB: Harlfltone impaling Gibbon. 



VISITATION OF THE COUUTY OF KENT. 

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DsdiociUuidBliiBbEtfaWiUoB.nill'.Julja.UT*. 
Ibomu WbIUd, Sh., buried Jolv 31. lesO. 
MiTj.wifeofThQniMT'— " "-- ■----J"- 
Jahn, un oT Thomu W 
Bdmimd, aoD of TbomH. .. 
FrmnqU, KmofThoniMW 
Johp, NB of Thomi* Wstton, Eu-, bipt. S'. 
numH, Hn orThoaat Wdton, Bw|., W. J -^ - .. - 
UtfUiB, wifiiof TlhRnu WaUad, Ksq., bar. Apnl 111, 1 
JoliB,«nafTlioiuiWUtoii,EB].,kii. Ju ' •"'" 



nuWitlnn.EK}., buried UiriA, 
u Wilton. Est, iwptiifd Juin %, 
iomHW*Uaii.&q..biu'. April 30, 
arakflWaUoB, Baq., bar. }i%j 11, 



B, laie-w; 



Bobertua Watton, de ^ Alicia, Blia et hair. 
AddiDgton, ar. Willidmi Snalh, ds 

I Addington. 

I 
Wdlimiu W>ttoii,= Benedicts, filia et ooh«r. 
da AddiDgtOD, or. Tho. Tomie, de Towne 
j Place, in Throwlej. 



Bobertm Watton, =j Alicia, filia Johia Gierke, 
de AddingUm, ar. I uniu Banmum de 
[Died 19 NoTember, 1470, Scaccario. [deWroUiBm. Addit.MS3.6S07.] 
burud in Addington Ohurch.J 

[cWkerine, filia 
DeringMS.] 



Bdmnndut Watton, - 
de Addington, ar. 
([Died September, 1627, 
buried m Addington Ohorcb-] 



' BUsabetha, filia ct oohsr. 
Bob'ti Arnold, ex Ba«a, filia 
Bio'di Bamme, de Oillingham. 



Margareta, Anna, Haria 



Bdnmndi, Baronie 
Sheffeilde. [Amtta 
Johii D'n! Shefieild, 
oaoja apud Nonrich. 
Doing Md.] 



.1. 



[. p'ma, [Diedl6Sep- 
a. p. tember, 1622, 

buried in Ad- | j 

dington Church.] WiUielmua, Anna. 

«t. 28 annor'. 
njuiit Blizabetbam, filiam 
Jobannia Simonda, in oOTmt«tu EiaeiiK', generoai, obiit 28° Octobrii, 1651.] 

The following anna are quartered bj the Wattona. In the origiiial Viailatian the 
names of the quartering* are pven, and the anna nughlj' tricked. 

1. Wirron. — Argent, a Uon rampant gulea debnuMdwithabend nbleeha^edwith 
three crone a croaalet fitchi argent. 

5. 8S1TTH. — Argent, a cherron between three birda' beada eraaed aable beaked gulea. 
8. TawHB. — An^t, on a chevron aable three croeaea croaalet ermine. 

i. DetlibO, — Mble, ail lioncela rampant, three, two, and one, argent. 

6. Bhbltthe. — Aiure, a chevron enerailed between tbree marlleta argent. 

6. DebB.— ^Argent, a feaa dtucetti guieg. 

7. QiTTOM.—^hequj argent and oaure. 

B. Akhold. — Azure, a crou engrailed between two teoparda' beada and two eacallopa 

aaltirewava or. 
6, Bum. — Ermine, on a chief indented aable two trefoila (lipped argent. 

10. — Sable, a chcrron between three leopards' facea or. 

• On the monument in Addington Church ibe ia called " Eleanoram, filiam Edmundi 
Domini Sheffcild." 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 19 



BsriiigHS.] 



I 



WillMborougfa. 

EDlied m;*chuTahjaTd 
e,neere;*K>uth doore, 
undBT & tombe stone now 
brokm, 1626: Dering 

Ma.] 



Bdmrdiu HMtar, = 

de Willwborough. 

nVM ftiermtmt to ^ 1/ 
Chenurft purref our to X. 
E.TIIL; DermgHS.] 



* BkhBTdiu M a(t«r, 

medioiu B^ina 
Blizabetlue. 



I 



I . 



1 



0«orgiuB Huter, de ^ Brigitta, Bobortiu Matter, = [filia . . . 

Cyrenceatruc, in co. fll. el unica Juris CiTilia Fsgett: 

OloaoestruEi, fil. 1. tuemConie- Doctor et Canoel- DOTing MS.] 

wall de laritu Corentrue 

Malborow. et Lichefeilde. 



Michael MaBter,= Mtabetha, 
ar. manaealliu 
in Aula Begia. 



2 Thomas. 



won Hall, milit. 8 Edwardm = [Qlia Bate de Ljdd : Deiing HS.] 

rn,. . , .. ^ ., . T> ,._^._ r._.. »'-,Calthorp,TelGolthorpe:D«. 

filiaJohisSherl^: Dering MS.] 



1 BdwBiduB^ rElis,fll. t 8 Willms. 

Ed'riChata, 
ar.: Dering MS.] 



8 Bob'tuB. 4 Michael. 1 Joanna. 2 Maigareta. 



it en u deui psttes u 

rert. 8nr son heaulme la tonae d'or et de p 
de Dtamont, deux serpens en leur propre a 

t Ins<Tiptian formDilj on a square tomb, east of the porch, in Willesboioueh Church. 

B 2 



20 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



yard, but now Uleg^le ; copied from the WillesboTough Begister, into which it was 
entered in the year 1764, with the note ai>pended — '* See Otway's Tragedy of the Or- 
phan, the Plott whereof was taken from this accident in the Master family." 

" Here lyeth entombed William Master, the second son of Michael Master, Esquier. 
He Hveing^ a Batchelor's life, He came to an untimely Abel's death at the agw of 26 
yeani. . . . Civill in his carriage. Honest of his word, well resnected and belovM of alL 
Iklisabeth, the only daughter of John Hall, the mourner ana mother for so great and 
incomparable Loese of so deore a son ... all memorye she hath erected this monument 
with [oxpectationl of meeting in the Besurrection of Soules. An. Dom. 1634." 

On a fuit stone, m the chancel of Willesborough Church, is the following inscription, 
surmounted by the Master arms and crest : — 

" Here vnder this stone lyeth y« bodies of Bobert Master, gent, and Margarott his 
wife. He departed this natrradl lil'e the 24 day of Avgvst, 1616, aged 77 ycres and 4 
months; and she departed this natvrall life y« ^ of Noyem., 1607, aged 00 yeres; and 
they had issTC 14 children, 6 sonns and 8 davghters." 

NoHee$ qfikt JFimOg qfUAsnmn, taken fnm fka BegitUr Boota qf £b PaH$k ^ WUUtbonms^, 

to the pear 1619 (the daU qf ike VieitaHan). 



MABSIAOBS. 



Not. so, 164S. Thomas Masters and Boae 

his wife. 

Jane 80, 1649. Bobert Masters and Agnes 

his wife. 

Augusts, 1&53. Bobert Masters and BUsa- 

bethByobardP 

August 9, 1569. Mr. Bobert Masters and 

Joane his wife. 

Feb. 9, 1666. John Bray and Joane Mas- 
ters. 



Feb. 7, 1684. George Masters and Marian 

Cober. 
KoT. 4, 1696. Michael Master and Blixa- 

bethHaU. 
Not. 6, 1697. Thomas Masters and BUsa- 

beth Masters. 
Bdward Master and Martha I>owmng were 
married the 4Ui of December, 1616. 



BAKISMS. 



April 6, 
March 26, 
Aug. 29, 
Not. 20, 
Not. 20, 
Oct. 9, 
May 9, 
Feb. 12, 

Aprils, 

Jan. 81, 

Aug. 18, 

Oct. 80, 

Mayl, 

Jane 6, 



1639. 
1641. 
1643. 
1643. 
1643. 
1646. 
1646. 
1647. 

1660. 

1660. 

1671. 

1678. 

1686. 
1686. 



Dec. 87, 1687. 



Bobert Masters. 

C^rM Master. 

John Master. 

Jane Master. 

Blisabeth Master. 

Denys Master. 

George Masters. 

BichMd Masters, son of Ed- 
ward Masters. 

Bobart, son of Bobart Mas- 
ters. 

Affnes, daughter of Edward 
MMtera. 

Joane Master, daughter of 
Bobert Masters. 

Miohall Masters, son of Bo- 
bert Masters. 

Jolm, son of Robert Masters. 

Susan, daughter of Bobert 
Masters. 

Gy]flS,sonofBobertMssten. 



Feb. 19, 1698. Dorothy Masters. 
Jan. 18, 1694. Ursula Masters. 
Feb. 19, 1597. Bobert Masters. 
Sept. 7, 1698. Thomas Masters. 
Oct. 8, 1604. Joane, daughter of Michael 

Masters, was baptised. 

1606. Edward Masterwasbwtised. 

1607. William Masters, son of Mi- 
chael Masters, was bapt. 

1607. Bobert Masters, sonne of 

Tho. Masters, was bapt. 
1609. Bobert Masters, sonne of 
Michael Masters, was bapt. 
Margaret Master, the daughter of Miohell 

Master, was bapt. the 16 day of April, 1613. 
Miehell Master, the son of Mr. Michell Master, 

was bapt. the 19 of March. 1614. 
ChristopEer Master, son of Edward Master, 

was M^t. the 7 of June. 1618. 
Catherine Master, the daughter of Edward 
Master, was bapt. the 6 of March, 1619. 



May 6, 

April 13, 

July 6, 
Sept. 8, 



BUSXALS. 



March 6, 
May 18, 

June 18, 

Feb. 19, 
May 19, 
Feb. 6, 



1644. 
1649. 
1661. 

1566. 
1667. 
1678. 



April 80, 1685. 



Edward Master. 
Bichard Master. 
Margaret Master, wife of 

Bobert Master. 
Bichard Master. 
Agnes Master. 
Annys Mastov, daughter 

of Edward Masters. 
Edward Masters. 



Feb. 14, 1691. Dorothy Masters. 
May 10, 1698. William Master. 
Oct. 28, 1698. Bobert Masters. 
John Masters was buried the 25 Feb. 1612. 
John Masters, son of Bobert Masters, 

buried the 28 of February. 1613. 
Mr. Bobert Master was buned the 87th of Au* 

gust, 1616. 



VISITATION OF THE COUKTY OF KENT. 



Si^otnsoit. 




XZTKICTB VaOK LXKRAM SIOISTZB. 
CbOdno of Sobart 



T^wmpBDj ofBorton Qupel, 

H*nh H. BcibtTt, Iba ■onn* ot Henna 

nwmpaon, 0«nt. , baptixod. 
Oat. 14. Utrj, Uwda^larorHeniT 

ThDupaoiL Gant. . b*ptiud. 
Avput H. Jpditbj tha daughter at Heo- 

Se ThompaoD. tnptiEBd. 
a. the aonne of Henn 

Sept. SO. Eliubath, the din^tar of 
BenrisThoiOFaDii, baptUed. 

Aug. 30. AiKhon)', the aoD of Henir 
ThompaoD, Qeot., bap tiiad. 



bOdno of Sobart and I>anUiT Thompaui^ 

aldeat •on o( the aboie Ueotr ThompaoD. 



1«I7. Aug. 10. Hut, thBdanKhterofUr.Bo- 
barta ThompBDn, Gaot. 
1018. JdItW. ]>DToIhT,j>diui|[bIerofBobat 



TbompaoD, 0«Dt. 



ISla. JoljZl. Dorothi 



>an>thTj J' daughter of Bo- 
bert IhiHDF*OD, Qeat. 



Nota.— The crest, m tricked in the original TiaitKtJon of Kent in the College of Arnu, 
ma; thua be deacribed -.—Oa & mount vert > greyhound aejant argent colkrcd uore, 
lined or, eared sable. 

Anns: Quarter];; one and four, Thonuon: two and three Swum. [Theaa arma 
■ere grBnled lo Francia Swan, of Wje, in 1633.1 

'" ""^-ibeth, 1«.. _, . _ 

u Thompaon, of Ken 

Thonuon, of 8and«icbe, (gentleman" : — " Oulee two barrea argent a cheif ermjna, a 
for hii eroaat and eogtiisaance foUaninge, that ys to saye, a grcjhounde argent, niaeai 
sable, oulleied aiure studded ot acaiit on ui hyll fcrt with a lease or, all ujipon a wreal 
of hia cullers." 



22 



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111 



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8" 




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II 






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VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 23 



* BXTSACEB VBOM WTS SBGIBTBBS. 



BITBTAtLS. 



1606. Mr. Thomas Snanne, Oent., ye iq of 
Uaye. 



BATtuau, 



1599. Dorothy, dsaffhter of Mr. ThomM 
Swaaine, Gent., y* . . of Febmarj. 



i Buried in duuxoel of TiBnhain Church. Inscription : — 

** Here underlye the boi^es of Henry Thompson and Borathy his wife, of Boyton 
Chaopel, in this parish. Mee was the sonne and oo-heire of Thomas Thompson, of 
Sauawich, Merchant; and shee the eldest daughter of Bobert Honiwood, of Fett, in 
Charing, Esq. They had issue 6 sonns and 3 daughters. 1 Bobert, 2 Marye, 8 Judith, 
4 John, 6 Euxaheth, 6 Peter, 7 Anthony, 8 Charles. Living piously together sixtv- 
three years, and being old and fuU of oayes, cheerfully resigned theire souls into tne 
hands of the Almighty Creator. 

" Hee being aged 78 \ an'o 1648. 
Shee aged 77-> an'o 1648." 

Anns: — Ghiles, two bars argent, a chief ermine, a crescent for difFerenoe, impaling 
argent, a chevron between throe fidoons* heads erased aiure beaked or. 

t Buried in Lenham Church. Brass on chancel floor: — 

'' In this bedd of earth sleepes the body of Bobert Thompson, sonne and heire to 
Henry Thompson, of this parish, Esq., sowne in full assurance to be quickened againe 
at the last day. He marryed Boratny, the daughter of Thomas Swann, of Wye, Esq., 
by whom he had 2 sonnes and 6 daughters. Then Sarah y« daughter of G^eorge Tucker, 
of Milton next Ghravesend, Esq., by whom he had 6 sonnes and 2 daughters, and dyed 
great of the 9th. He forewent his parents into PanuUse Sep. 6. 

4„„^C-EUtis47. 
^^'^ I Salutis 1642. 
He was the grandchild of that truely religious matron Mair Honywood, wyfe of Bobert 
Honeywood, of Charing, Esq., who had at her decease lawndly descended 367 children, 
16 of her own body, 114 grandchildren, 228 in the third generation, 9 in the fourth; 
whose renowne lives with her posterity, whose body lyes in this church, and whose 
monument may be scene at Markes Hall, in Essex, where she exchanged life for life." 

Arms : — One and four, Thompson, gules, two bars argent, a chief ermine, a crescent 
for difference. Two, asure, a chevron ermine between throe swans argent, Swan. Three, 
aiuro, a chevron or between three sea-horses argent, Tucker. 



24 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



€idpi^tx. 



WillielmuB Oulpeper = 



I 

Johannes Oulpeper, miles 
tpe H. VI. 



Willi*mus Culpeper, de = filia D'ni Ferrere, 




Aylesford, miles. 



de Groby 



I 
1 RicuB 

Culpepcp. 

[de Oxen- 

hoatli. Der- 

iug MS.] 



Isabcll, filia et hieres 
Otwell Wonelej, de 
Stamworth. 



I 
2Willima8  

Culpeper, de 

Aylesford. 



1 

Margareta, 
nupt. W" 
Cotton, de 
Oxenhoth, ar. 



I 
[Margareta] filia Galfridus 

Pedwardin. filiuB 3. 

[Petwardin. 

Dering MS.] 



* Jooosa, 
ux. . . . 
Howard. 



I 



I 

Edwardus Culpeper, = Joamia, filia Sheldon, 

de oomit. Bedford. 
[Jana, filia et cohier. 
Rici Sheldon, alibi 
Shelton. Bering MS.] 



de Aylesford, miles. 



Johannes Culpeper, = Jana, filia 



de Aylesford, ar. 



I 

Anna, nupta 
Johi Sydley, de 
Southfleete^ ar. 



I 

Tho. Culpeper, de 
Aylesford, ar., fil. 
et hmr., set. 70 
ann. 15iB7. 



Whetenhall. 



Margareta, filia 
Tho. Culpeper, de 
Bedgebery, in co. 
Cantij. 



I 

Anna, nupta 
Chr. Blower, 
de Silam, in 
Bayneham. 



I 

Anna, nupt. Hen® 
fil* junior' Hen. 
Crispe, milit. 



fTho. Culpeper 
de Aylesrord, 
miles. 



'Maria, filia 
Tho. Pinner, 
de Micham, 
00. Surr. 



Maria, nupt. 
Hen. Crispe, 
de St. John's. 



I 



2 Thomas. Bichardus. 



I I 

Willielmus Culpeper, Maria, 
de Aylesford, ar. 



I 

Ffirancisca, 
uxor . . . 



* Jocosa uxor Bad'fi Leigh, ronupta Edmundo Howard et habet exit' p' utrumq*, vix. 
Edmundo fil. Thomic, Ducis Norfolk ; Eatharina Howard ux. Hen. 8^^ Begis, Hen. 
Charles et Qcorge. (Derini; MS.) 

Arms : — Culpeper impaling Pinner. 



VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF KENT. 25 

f Buried in south chancel of Aylesford Church. Inicription on monument : — 
*' Here liethe intombod S^ Thomas Colepe^r, Knighte. By Bloode and Diacento 
decended of many worthye Ancestors; In ms life time for his Worth and Desarte 
Beloved of all Men: and in his death as much lamented and bemoned: he had by 
Dame Marie, his only Wife, at the time of his decease, three sonnes and two dayghters. 
Which Dame 3£arie, to perform her last duty in remembrance of her Faithf ull love to 
her deceased Husband, at her owne coste erected this eratefull monumcntt: under 
which he resteth, and by his lively faithe hopeth a joyfull resurrection. He died 12 
Oct. 1604." 
Arms : — Six coats quarterly : 

1. Argent, a bend engrailed gules. 

2. Argent, a chevron sable between nine martlets gules. 

3. Oiues, on a cross argent five escallops of the first. 

4. Barry of four, vert and gules, three oesants, two and one in chief a cross formte or. 
6. Gules, seven masdes, tl^ee, three and one, or. 

6. Sable, a fess chequy argent and sable between three owls jiroper, impaling asure 
a chevron argent between three lions' heads erased, ermine crowned or. 

SZTBA0T8 VBOM AYLEBVOBD BSQIBTEBB. 

8 Mav, 1666. Mr John Beale and Mn Ann Colepepyr, of Aylesford, were married the vig 
daie of Male, 1665, in the presence of Sir Biohard Colepepyr, of Haidestone, fiaronett, and Thomas 
Criape, of Doter, Gent., by George Duke, Esq., one of ye Jostices of ye peace for the ooonty. 
Witness hia hand, Gao. Vvke. 

Sir Thoniaa Colepeper, of Hallingbonme, Knight, and Mn Alice Colepeper, of Ayleaford, 
daughter of Sir WiUm Colepeper, late of Avleafora, deceased, were married by vertoe of a Ly. 
oence out of the Prerogative Court, the SI du^ of December, 1663. 

1 067. John Alchom, junior, of Brous^ton Moan-chelaev, Baqnire, and Mn Ffranoea Colraepyr, 
[Daughter of Qt William Colepepyr, Ute of Ayleaford, Barronet, deceased,] by vertne of a li- 
cence oat of vc Court of ffaculties, were marryed the ffire and Twentieth day ol Aprill, 1667. 

Sir Richard Colepepyr. Baroett, was boned the v of January, 1659. 

Helen*, ye daughter or )e right wor^h Sir Bichard Colepepyr, Baroet, deoesed, &of DsmeMar- 
garetl hia wife, was bnryed the v dale of December, 1661. 

Ffranoea, the daughter of Sir Thomas Colepepper, Knight, aud of Alice his wife, was baptised 
the one and twentieth day of ffebnuury, 1664. 

Mn Helene Colepepyr [dftughrer of Sr Wm Colepepyr, late of this Parish, Barrote, deceased] 
was bnryed the zrij day of October, 1667. 

Dame Hellena Ck>lepeper was buried, not in woollen, Oct. 19, 1678. 

The Lady Margaret Colepeper, widow of Sir Bichard Colepeper, Baronet, was buried Sept 36, 
1691. 

Dame Elisabeth, wiiSe of Sir Thomas Cdepeper, Baronet, was buried ifebruaiy the 5 day, 1708. 



VBTTATION OF THE COUMTT OF KENT. 



Iho.Haater, — Eliubeths, filta 

de Wood- BobertlWenelL 

chilfoh. I [MeneU Dmng 

I MS.] 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



27 



iaU. 




^mmmmmm^M 



Bichardus TTrII^ de = 
Willesborough. 




EdwarduB Hall, de Kennington, == 
in com. Kantij, gener. 



I 
Jams nupt. 

Bio'do QlitiTBtoxi, 

deChaOocke. 



I 
WiU*mBnalI,= 

de Eshefbrd, 

fiL et haar. 



Ursula, filia 
Bobti Master, 
de Willeeborough. 



I 

Franoeeoa, 
nupt Jobi 
Bfucer. 



Margareta. 



Arms granted by Bobert Cooke, Clarenoeuz, to Edward Hall, of Bybrooke, in Ken- 
nington Fftriah, in Kent, a-d. 1688. 

EXTBACTB VBOM ABEWOSD BXGI8TKB. 



1630. Not. 6. Thomas Hall, buried. 

1023. Feb. SS. Elisabeth HalL the daughter of 

Edward Hall, bapt. 
16S4. Oct. 10. Jane, the daughter of Mr. Wm. 



HaUe^apt. 
obert Hi 
buried. 



I, Dapc. 
1024. Aprfl 3. Bobert Halle, Woollen Draper, 



1634. Sept. 25. Elisabeth Halle, buried. 
1626. Sept. 7. Jaonne, wife of William HsUe, 
buried. 



1687. Jane 89. Peter H^ buried. 

1628. Aug. 12. Mary Halle, of Eastower, bu- 

ried. 

1629. July 9. William, the son of Wm. Hall, 

buried. 
1681 . July 29. Mr. William HaU, of Buxford, 
buried. 



The only entry in the Kennington Begiaters [which date from 1671] reUting to the HaU family 
ia the following : — 
1671. Mn Mary HaU, wid., dying at Aahford, was buried at Kennington, Sept. lOUi. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTV OF KENT. 



S«st. 



BUulwUi BhI, oiw of th> dnglit«n ot John 
Brtt thfi joonffflri of AJlin^tou CattLfi, G«nt.. 
«M ohmtmed upon (ba twanCicth d*J of 
H>T,AiiDoD[ii. 1S91. 

Hw? Beit, ons of Ike duaiihten ot John BaM 
the jaoDfAT. Gent., bfliag botut Qpotj the 
eight dij of Aprill Utet, wu ohrietened upon 

Dnl. IBs" ' ' 

John Bfflt, Ihn sonnDof John Be«t tha roilDHS, 

wu biptiied eeccmd dt; of Jane, litS. 
UanpbiT Beat, the •orme of Jobn Bsl, Beq., 

wu baptixad thn tJurd of Aprill, Anno Dni, 



b^tuBd tha Uth d*j of Ni 



I of John Best, Kaqoier, 



Eliubeili hii wile, wH buried tb* ISol'Sfp- 



Bio'dni Beat, ds = Dorothe*, fllik et eohnr. 
Bibrook, in com. Jobftiuiu Bsiro*, de 
Canty, geDBT. Htnzell. 



Hagdiilena, Amu, filia = 

nupt. Johi lAorenty 

Joob. [Fowls. Bnwke, 

AddiL MS. de EortoD, 

6607] monaobora. 



Johannea Beat, = Anna, filia 



Beginaldi 
Enatchbull, de 
Soltvood Cutle, 



I 



, 1 



"I" 



Joh'cB, 0«orgiaa, Vnnla, 
St. 17. BBt. 16. ui. Tho. 

FGnch, 
de GroTe- 



I. 



.1 



Dorothea, Rich'iu Anna, Flrancisea, 

nunt. Tho. Beat, nupta nupl. Hen. 

OibboD. nt. 21 Jo. Stourton. 

Biin. et Odiamie, 

atnpl. do Haidatone. 



t of Bcel quarterine Burow were fonuerlj on a 
e Nevo'i <Ohurcli Hulea in Kent.' Addit. MS. 54 



The arms ni 
Church. (Lc Nevo'i <Ohurch Nulea in Kent.' Addit. MS. 5478.) 
Aiua : Quarteil}' ; one and four. Beat j two and Chi«e, Banow. 
Inecriptiona, AUington Church. 
On Email BtODC— John Beat, on infant, died 2-^ of June, 1033. 

ilumpre Beat 

Oo Grareatono in ChaiiceL — 
litre lieth the bod; of A 



llcre lieth the body of Anne Bi-et, the wife of John Bout the younpr, of Al- 
lington. gent., and ono of (h<> .blighter* of Gore (iiV) Tucker, of HilKm next 
Ureveacnd, Esimire, who doceecd the 19<>> duj of December, 1626. (Thnrpo'a 
' Kenttrum BolTcnae,' p. 922.) 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



29 



^axsttx. 




Johannes Fonter, de 
Eyeleigh, in co. Salop. 



[Isabella, filia Eiffin de Abertanat. 
Vincent's Salop.] 



Bicus Fonter, deEuel^h = 
fil. maximus natn. 



I 

WiUielmns Fomter,= [Margeria, fil. Will. 



de Tonge, fil. 2*" 



ThL. Foster =. 



Taylor, de Longdon. 
Vincent's Salop.] 



I 



BobertnsForster,= [Eatherina, fil. W*^ 



de Tonge. 



I 
QeorgiuB Forster 



Barker, de Coulsege, in 
com. Salop. Vincent's 
Salop.] 



Bichardas = 
Forster. 



I 



Bogerus. 



de Tonge. 



Walterus = 
Forster 



I I I 

BicVlus Forster, = Elizabetha, filia Willimus, 

Bich*di Blackway, obijt sine 

de Berineton, prole. 

in CO. Salop. 

Thomas 

Ffoster, 

de Tonge. 



I 

Thomas Forster, = * Melisoenta, filia 
de Borden, in 
00. Oant. 



Simonis Chreenstreete, 
de Ospringe. 



I 



WiUimus, fil. 
2^**, duxit Janam, 
filiamKi'ciWheler, 
de Garleford, in oo. 
Wigomia == 



Georgius Forster, 
de Eueleigh p'diot. 
in CO. Salopia, stat. 
10 annoi^. 



Henrions Forster, 
St. 6 annor'. 



Arms : Quarterly; one and four, Forster; two and three, Eiffin. 

There are no entries relating to the Forster family in the Borden Begisters. 

* In Ospringe Church are monumental inscriptions to two members of this family, 
namely, to John Greenstreete, who died in 1671 ; and to Peter Greenstreete, who died 
in 1677, learing issue Peter and Ann. 

Arms : — Bairy of eight, on a canton an eagle displayed impaling, ermine, a lion 
rampant guardant, on a canton an eagle displayed with two necks. (Awards.) 



30 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



BZTBACTB FBOK OSFBOTOB BBOIBTBBS. 
BAPnsXB. 



1679. The ziztb day of Jannarie, wag 1>aptiied 

G«orffe Greiutrat. 
1581. The ij £kv of Aprill, waa bH»tued Mar- 

Skme) P) Grenatreate, ye daughter of 
eter Orenstret. 
1684. The xxrith day of July, waa baptised 

Williame Orenettret, the aoone of 

Peter Oreastrete. 
1686. The xxvith day of October, waa baptised 

Peter Oreiutret, the sonne of Peter 

G^renstret. 
1589. [Date indistinot.] Thomas, the son of 

Simon Grenstret. 
1690. October iiijth, John, the sonne of Simon 

Grenstrete. 
1592. [Date indistinct.] Joane, the dan^ter 

of Simon Orenstreet. 



1696. Novemb. 16, Dennis, the daughter of 

Simon Orinstreet. 
1698. March 4, Joane, third daughter of Simon 

Oreenstreete. 

1ULBBIA.OB8. 

16S1. May 10th, was Sara Oreenstreet married 
with Bdward Wake, with license. 

1632. Jane 12th, Edward Looas and Martha 
Oreenstreet. 

1644. Aajnist 11th, Jsmes Oreenstreete and 
inanoes Bomney, psr lieemHam, 

BVBIAL. 

1604. Mardi 13, Synum Greeneatret, house- 
holder. 



Note on Wombwell (see p. 13). 



BXTRAOTB VSOM KOBTHVLSET BBGISTBBS. 



BAPTISm. 



1649. April 88, Joane, the daughter of William 

Wombell, Gent. 
1660. Julys, Thomas, son of William Wombell, 

Gent. 
1673. Sept. 18, Susan, daughter of William 

lYombeU, Gent. 



1611. Not. 8, Th<mias, son of Sampson Womb- 
well, Esqvc. 

162|. Jannsiy 20, William, son of Sampson 
Wombwell. 



XABBXAOBB. 



1648. June 19, WiDiam Wombell and Margeret I 1691. April IS, Biohard Sharle and Joane 
Lore^es. | Wombell, widow. 



BVBIAUI. 



1661. May 18, Margeret Wombewell. 
1659. February 21, AUios Wombell. 
1658. June 4, AIHoe, wife of Thomas WombeU 
1668. May S7> Thomas Wombell, Esquire. 
168|. January 11, Margeret, wife of Thomas 
Wombeu, Gent. 



169f . Jaaoaiy 86, Miohaell Wombell, Gent. 

„ ,, 26, George Wombell. 
16^. February 18, Sara» the wife of Tbomaa 

Wombell, Gent. 
1646. May 21, Winefred Wombwell. 




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i 



Partn. 




i;k Wsttate 




of 




^It ^0ttntg of 1 


Uni, 


TAKEN IN THE TEAR 1619 




JOHN PHILIPOTT, 

gongi grajjon, 

DBFCTY AHS ABBICTAUT TO WILLIAM CAHSBH, CLABlIiraiBUX KISO^ir-ABllB. 






LONDON : 
PBINTED BT JOHN EDWABD TATLOE, 

UTTLE QDEEM STKBET, LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS. 
1863. 



fSniUlti, iai^ iMt0, 



Bt JOSEPH JAOKBON HOWABD, LL.D., F.S.A. 



IReprinted from ' Arch jcologia Cantiana/ Vol. .V.] 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTV OF KENT. 



iolbrooht. 



WiUJelmui Holbrooke, — 
famuliu Begii Henrici I 



u Holbroke, 

I de Nomngton, in 



de Oopeall, in oom. I 
et nioria qua fllia . . 
BeaumoDt. 



,1 



I 

Georgiui - 
Holbrooke, Holbrooke, 
2 Bliug. de Nair- 

fihiuet 



- Jana, AUeunder 

Glis Holbrooke, 

Thorns 8 filiua. 
Winnall. 



9 : — Holbrooke unpaling Vi'ia 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



Imcriptiim oa Bratt flalt, in Ciaucet. 
" Hare lycth burjed, under thp »lone. the body of FnunCM Holbrok, rvdI., who 

d»p'ted,in j*&i7thcof Chijit, j«ir of Aprill, isai." 



a feu betweeo three be&n' bfi 



lit*. Jnneia 


Qf^pgB Hawlbroc 
Frmnci. Ho-lrbr 


Si.""' 


1*7* 


Aiig.l. 


Jolm Howlbrocke. nn of 
Pr.nri. Howlfbiwk.. 


\'Z s:j^: 


Cliri.WplKr Haol 


brock*. 


1671 


ltD.t. 


BoToibT Uoolbrooke, diunb- 


1H7. K.Jm. 


■SttJSi; 


d,«|i:l.lei 


1179 


Sep.. 29 


Aleiuider Udlbrwkr, ton ol 


1U«. Des. S. 


Aone Kowlbroclie 
ofFr«™Ho-l. 


din^bter 
brorkF. 


mi 


April >. 


Suhcrine Holhrucke, d«l(b- 


1(71. D«.27. 


Elii»b»lhHo«lbr« 


■ke.d.UL-h- 


mm 


Dk. in. 


Jnmn, Holbrooke, KB of 




teTotFruouHc 


■rletmbr. 






George Holbrooke, gent. 



KtSS. KoT. in. RichudEdboRDWHidHHjHolbrDck. 



ISM. 


Sept. 14 


Fruim Holhrneke, Mnmt 






UtyU. 


3saS'^'-- 




50S' 


Joija- 






u,ia3. 


Miiy Holbrooke. 






ApSllT 






E9i: 


Jm.SO. 


Jobn'^Hoi'br^e? «i. of 
Frmnri. Holhrwke.gfiit. 




WIO. 


Oct. 8. 


Wilier Holhnwk. kh of 
George HolbnBk. 




leio. 


Oct. IS. 


Joue^Holbrooke. dugbter 
of OeoTfe Holbrook. 


1 



Ju. 9. Al«uid« Holbrooke, •on of 
Oeoria Holbrook. 

Feb. 7. George Holbrooke, nn of 
Oeorie Holbrook. 

Not. 1>. John Boilbrooekr, h>b ol 
Owirge Holbrook - 

See. 10. Ann Holbrooke, dufhlcrel 

1826. Nor. M. Job^Klbrook.mo/Oooim 
Holbrook. 
, HiTCh $e. George Holbrooke, gent. 
. H>r IS. Jene^olbrooke. 



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If 



Sa3 



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i 

m 



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£1 ll^ III 



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VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP KENT. 



To all uid luigular, u well Etngs Harolds and other OScen of Armes aa No- 
bles and othera, w«* theis preeenle ahall lee or henre, Robftrt Cooke, E«quyre, aliua 
CUrenciauli kinge of armes of the south, eaate, and weaste partial of this realmo 
of EogUnd, on this aide the ryuer of Trent, Bendeth greetinge, for aamuche as 
■oncjentlje from the beeinnjnge the Toljsunta and Tertuous ackts of eiellent Per- 
•OOs baue ben eomended to the worlds with sondrya monuments and remembranais 
of ther good detarta. Gmongst the whicbe the cheifoate and moete tbusU hathe bjn 
the bearjnge of signcs and 
Tokens in Sheildet, called 
Armes, bejnge no other things 
then eujdencis and demon- 



loirs djiioralye distributed 
aocordinge to the qualities 
and desarta of the persons. 
Which ordre as it was pru- 
dentlie deny sed in the begin- 
njnae to stjre and kendeli 
the harts of Men to thejmj- 

bath the same bene and jet is 
eonlenualje obsarued th'eo- 
tente that suche as haue done 
commendable saruice to ther 
Prynce or Countrej, ejther 
in warr or peace, might bovtlie 
receauo duo honnor in ther 
Ijues, and also dorjue the 

posteritie after tliem. And 

beynge requyred of John Of- 

borne, in the oountie of Ken to, 

gentiknan, to make sarche in 

the regieters and recotdes of 

mjne Office, for the auncyento 

armea belonginge Tnto hyra 

from his auncMtors, vhearrpon, at his requeate, I made saroba, and founde the 

sayde John Osborne to be descended out of the bowse of Osborne of Eente. So 

that I couldo not, without hia greate ioiuire, aMigne vnto hym any other armet 

then thixse wbiche ore descended vnto hym from his aunceaters. That is to save, 

Qusrterlye, argent and aiure, on the fint« and laato one ermyne, on a Crosse dor 

T annulets sable. And forasmuche as I founde no Creaste vnto the same, (as 

oomonlyo to all auncyent armes ther belonged non) I haue geuen Tnto him by wajo 

of encreaae for his Creaate and oognisaance, a demje Onse ermine colored gueis, 

■tuded chevned and tufled dor, langued and armed gueU yaauynge out of a wreath 

argent anil axure, manteled euels doubled argtnt, as more playnlye apeareth de- 

E'ckted in this margent. Whtche Armes and Creaste, I, the sayde cWanciBali 
age of armes, in manor and forme aboue said by pouer and auctorytie to myno 
olDce annexed and graunted by letters patents Tnder the great seale of Englande, 
haue ratyfyed, confirmed, geuen, and graunted vnto the sayde John Osbomft gen- 
tilmsn, and to his posteritye, with ther dene difference, to v»e, beare, and shews, 
for euermore, in sheylde, Coate armore or otherwyse, and theryn lo be renested at 
his and tbear lybertye and pleasnre wythowte impedyment, lett, or inteniption of 
any parson or parsons. In wytnes whearof, I, the sayde Clarenciauli kinge of 
armes, haue signed theia prieaens with my hande and setto the seale of myne office. 
Teouen at London, the uierde daye of Maye, in the fyuetenthe yetuB of the reygne 
of owro moste dread Soneraygne Udje Eliiabethe, by the grace of God, Qoene of 
Englande, france, and Ireluide, defender of the Faythe, etc, and in the yeara of 
owr« Lorde Qod 1B73. 

ROBT COOKE, altar Clarrndenlx Soti Dartna. 

isioD of William Bland, Esq., of Hartlip Place, the 

C i 



34 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



FROM HABTLIP SEOIBTEBS. 



1BS9. John, fll. John Osborne, gen., bap. 

Junij 5. 
1643. Thomas, Alias John Osborne, gen., bap. 

Apr. 18. 
1544. Ed^Tard, fllioa John Osborne, bap. Apr. 

28. 

1546. [Name omitted], flliiu Jhon Oabome, 

Noveb. 1.3. 

1 547. Bobert, iUius John Osborne, bap. Jana. 

C. 

1549. Andrew, Alius John Osborne, bap. De- 

ceb. 1. 

1550. Marj, Alia John Osborne, bap. Man 20. 

155 1 . Clement, Aliua J ohn Osborne, bap. Feb. 

22. 
1580. Andrew, Aliua John Osborne, gent., 
Apr. 16. 

1584. Alse, Alia John Osborne, Dec. 6. 

1585. Richard, Alius John Osborne, gent., 

Deceb. 12. 
1501. Ann, Alia Bobert Osborne, gen., Junij 1 . 
1592. Susan, Alia Bobert Oabome, gen., Julg 

1697' Bobert, Alius Bobert Osborne, gent., 
ba]^tized Jnlij 21. 

1613. ManCj AliaEdwardi Osborne, generns., 

baptixata Junij 27. 

1614. John, Alius Edwardi Osborne, generoa., 

baptizat. Febmar. 26. 
1616. Anne, Alia Edwardi Osborne, gener., 

baptisata Martij 23. 
1619. Elisabeth, AliaEoVardi Osborne, gener., 

baptizata Junij 22. 
1621. Frances, the daughter of Edward Os- 

borne, gent., baptised Novemb. 18. 
1623. Paulina, Alia Edwardi Osborne, gen., 

bap. Feb. 12. 
1626. Eleonora, Alia Edwardi Osborne, gen., 

baptisata fait Julij 4to die. 
1630. Susanna, Alia Edrardi Osborne, gen., 

bapt. Dec. 23. 

1645. Edward, je Sonne of John Osborne, gen., 

A Marie ux., Julj 6. 

1646. Katharin, ye daughter of John Oabome, 

gen., et Marie ux. Jul. 6. 



Bi.PTIBM8. 

1647. 



1648. 
1650. 
1651. 
1652. 
1652. 
1653. 

1653. 
1654. 

1665. 
1666. 
1684. 
1686. 
1687. 

1689. 
1690. 

1691. 

1692. 

1C96. 



Marie, yc daoght. of Jno. Osborne, gen., 

& of Marie nz., Sept. 6. 
James, ye gone of John Osborne, gent., 

and Maria uz., Not. 19. 
May ye 5, Catherin, ye danehter of Cap. 

John Osborne and Marie his wife, bap. 
April 19, Marie, ye daughter of Capt. 

Jno. Osborne ana Marie his wife, bapt. 
June 2, Katherin, ye da. of John and 

Katherin Osborne, of Pope's Hall. 
Bebecca, ye da. of Capt. John Osborne, 

Esq., k of Marie his wife. 
Matnew, ye sone of John & Katherin 

Osborn, of Pope's Hall, baptised, Aug. 

16. 
Deborah, ye daughter of Capt. John 

Osborne, Esq., bapt March 24. 
Decerab.ye 27, Anne ye daught^of John 

and Katherin Osborne, of rope's Hall, 

baptis. 
Anorew, je gon of Mr. John Osborne Jb 

Mary his wife, was baptis. Bep. 7* 
Frances, ye da. of Mr. John Oabome & 

Mary his wife, was baptised Jan. 21. 
John, son of Mr. Thomas Osborne & 

Mary his wife, was baptized July 3. 
Mary, daughter of Mr. Thomas Osborne 

k Elisabeth his wife, was bapt. April 6. 
Elisabeth, daughter of Capt. Thomas 

Osborne and Elisabeth his wife, waa 

bapt. March 2. 
Thomas, son of Capt. Thomas Osborne 

and Elis. his wife, was bapt. Nov. 20. 
Dorcas, daughter of Thomas Osborne, 

Esq., & Eusabeth his wife, was bapt. 

October 23. 
John, son of Capt. Thomas Osborne St 

Elisabeth his wife, was baptised Octo- 
ber 20. 
Bebecca, daughter of Thomas Osborne, 

Esq., k ElisabeUi his wife, was b«p- 

tised Oct. 17. 
Bebecca, daughter of Thomas Osborne, 

Esq., & Elizabeth his wife, was bap> 

tised March 11. 



•■ 



MAXEXAOIS. 



1555. 

1688. 
1610. 



1648. 



Gregory Senter and Agnis Osborne, 
mar. Julij 16. 

John Osborne and Mary Gilbart, Julij 1. 

George Cooke, of Baynham, k Eliza- 
beth Osburae, of HarUip, maried by 
Licence, Deoemb. 27. 

James Tonge, of Bredgar, Gentle., k 
Eleanor Osborne, maned Sept. 25. 



1653. 
1687. 



1708. 



Decemb. ▼• 17th, Bobert Thatcher. 

gent., and Susan Osborne, mar. 
Mr. John Heathfeild, of Bainham, k 

Mrs. Frances Osborne, of Hartlip, 

were married July 28. 
Mr. B^e MoUorsay and Mrs. Mary 

Osborne, married by rertae of Ly- 

oenoe, June 1st. 



BUUALS. 



1543. Agnis Osborne, ridua ThonuB Osborne, 
buried Deceb. 25. 

1552. Ma^, Alia John Osborne, Oct. 30. 

1553. Katnerine, ux. Mr. John Osborne, bu- 

ried Ootob. 29. 
1677. Mr. John Osborne, Maij 24. 

1585. . . . uxor John Osborn, gent., Feb. 22. 

1586. Robert, Alius John Osborne, Octob. 6. 
1588. Ann, Alia Bobt. Osburoe, Martij 22. 
1588. Mr. John Oabome, Dec. 2. 

1597. Bobert Osborne, gent., Jan. 28. 

1598. Bobert, Alius Boberti Osborne, buried 

18 August. 
1609. Andrew, the sonne of John Osborne, 
gent., died at London, and buried at 
Hartlip, Decemb. — 



1616. 
1624. 
1636. 
1646. 
1646. 
1648. 
1649. 
1652. 



John Osboume, gener., Lonatacos se- 

pultus, Jany. 5th. 
Paulina, Alia Edwardi Osborne, gen., 

Sep. Feb. 20. 
Maria, ux. Thonue Coppen, gen., sepnlta 

fuit Decembris 29 die. 
Edward Osborne, gen., buried Sept. 

IC. 
Calherin, ye danght. of John Osborne, 

gen., Jan. 28. 
James, ye ione of John Osborne, gen., 

Nov. 21. 
Catherin, Alia J oh. Osborn ex Maria 

ux., Sep., May 13. 
June ye 2, Kauierine, ye da. of John k 

Katharine Osborne, of Pope's Hall. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



ilmtj bii wiTt 
, Mn.MHTOib , , 

, BUubcth.ndiiaghtn'orXr.Ja) 
bonu 1: Ittij \ii wife, wu b 

, Hr. BdnKrd Oiborna, i 



.j«i 



_. hDrTedIl4»b3 

Dibimfa oJaont, djuu 
JohnOiborDii.OH buricdl 
Uht Oiboras. vifs orjsha 0>- 

Cn. Auie Dibc^fl, dBught«r □ 
Oibome, Kaq., w« bnrjed D« 
« of Mr. Thduu Olban 



KM. J<__, 

ItSI. Mrlio 

IWt. Mr. PdarOfboi 



Un. Hut Odnn. vira of Mr. Thdmu 

Oibom, wu borjed lulf U. 
OorcH, diwhtat of Ut. Thomu Ot. 



diubtor 

id Eiii. fa 

■, duufatn of 1 
and Elii. hu wi 



H bOTTM 



I. Ovbom, boriad In 



Ut. Jobn Oiboma, boriad li 
Thoa. Oibonifl, Esq.* boriad ii 





.BW7. 


Dhn Chboroa, of HutUji, gmt., axtt. 
Titrj Gilbert, of Oondtiint, widoir, 


loss. Anns. dk. of 


Bd.ud Otboru. of 


Hurtlip, (ml 


ct. It, muTJad Wm. 


injona, 16SS. 


MerTi.«tbBr 




PruoM Oiburoe. of HutHp, »«. Lu. 


l«tl. 1^ Oiboma, fl 






rCb.rth«n.K-i.,n»r. 


H.rT,^«>ghMt^ad«rd Oibon», of 


."«,'-■ 


fdo.,iiilUI, It Thi- 




HutUp, nml., at. IS. muH«l Wm. 
Fifie, orcfavthui, (am., ict. «S. 











>l'MBKTS, OIBTLIP C 



" To the pioTi memorf of mj n . , , , = 

mri Oiborne, of thii Puishe, Oent.). She djed in childbed, the 6ttjt of Chrut'a 
KatiTiB7, in the yean 1636, lad of her age SI. 

Arrai : — Per pale lable aod gulei, three boua' hea Is cooped, and a chief or, for 
Coppin : impaling quuterlj argent and aiure. in Gnt and fourth quarters an 
ermine spol, □□ a crou or Sve annuletg sable. 
Crest: — Out of a ducal ooronet or, a demi-griffin isnre beaked and lagged or. 

O* Btomm Piatt, Eatl tnd of CioHetl. 



Uageatj Audejtores of tb 



bdtheSlofHaj, 1677." 



Oa Ltdgtr Stontt, Wft md of Clunetl. 
" Hers mder Ijsth buijed the bodj of Bob. Osb., gentel., decsaied the 38 daje of 
Jan. 1666." 



"Here Ueth brried the Bod; of Edward Osborne, 
Esqr., sonna of John Oaborue, who died the ISCh of 
Sept. 1646." 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



" Hran Ijeth J* Bodies of Eatherine j. wiTe oT Depvt; Junsa Ttanlb;, nat., dtiien 

.1 n ci__j._ .1 1_ J — 1,. — if NichoUi Colbnui, of Sindirich. a;on, who 

inlj durgbter of j> ■< June* *nd Efttberiiia, 



and Grocer of London, the onlj daughter of Nichohu Colbnui, of 8uidirich.j;on, w1 
— md of Mjirj, T* onlj d«vf hier of y« »4 June* nod JCatherui 

ofthinParisb. K»q. Shoe d<r«l ;• 17»> of Dece 

Hope of « jo;f uU Besuirei 



dyed T" 8 of April, 1663 ; and of Mjirj, T* onlj d«vfhler of y« »* June* uid JUtberina, 
and wife of John Osborne, of thin Parist. Km. Shoe djtd j" 17* of Decern. 1976. In 
Hope of a jojf ull BeaiirrectioQ in Crist Jegiu. ' 



" John Oaborne, Eiq., the railj ton of Edward O*. 
borne and Uaij hi* wife, lieth here interredj^ ho^iM 
of a jovfUU Beaurrection iu Chriat Jeaua. Who <lud 
J* 1 of March, 16S3, aged 70." 

Quarterly, Oiborne and Denne impalinfi Thurlby. 



Satt imd of Chmetl. 

"Here Ireth Interr'd the Bodiea of Tbo. Oibonie, E»]., and 

EliiabeCh dred the 12 of March, 1706, aged 36. Thamai djed the 6 of Janry, 1706, 
aged ia. Here lyei ahw. the Bodiei of Tho. Oabome and John Oaborne, kuu of the 
above naninl Thumu aad EliiabeCh. Joha dyed the 87 of March, 1713, aged 21. 



" Undcroeath are the Bamaina of Eliiabeth, aiater and cobdrsM of T. Oabome, of 
Hartlip, E«q., relict of Hiohard Tjlden, of MiUted, Kiq., mother of Marj (wife of T. 
Bland, of Tiuistal, Clerk), by whom, from the highest filial regard, this itooe ia inacribed 
to her memorio. She died 8fl Oct. 1766, in the 79 year of her age," 

On Ledger Btmut, Natrt, Witt tnd. 
" Bebeka Qregor, davghtcr of John Osborne, Esq., of thia Fariah, Ije* here bTryed." 
Anna ; — A cherRm between three partridge*, impaling Oabome. 
Great*; — 1. A garb. 3. A demi-leopard rampant ermiDe, collared and chained. 

" Here lyeth brried the bodie of Ambrose Wilson, only aonne of Ambmaa Wilaon ft 
Man hia wife, one of the davghtera of Bobert Osborne, of thia Pariah, gent. Hee dyed 
the 27 day ik December, 164B, and in the 26 yeare of his age." 

Allar-Tomh, 8<h>U qfCiwrehyta^ 

" Here lyeth Interred the Body of Mary, one of the Daughter* of Eobert Oabome 

gent., a Tirtnoui Wife to three huabanda, all of thia Parish, tu. Ambrose Wilson, genl. 

(By whom ahe had only one aonne, who lies Herebr Buried.) Qabriell Saliabury, derk. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 37 



OfiBOSNB DEEDS 7B0M HABTLIP PLACE HVyiMEVT BOOH. 

1404. '* Sdant prassentes et ftituri qd ego Mariona Osbyrn de Herclepe in com. Eancie 
dedi, Ac. Juliane Osbym cognate mee hered. & assig. suis omn' terras et tenementa 
mea cum omnibus pertin' suis quas nuper babul ex dono et ffeoffamento d'ce Juliane in 
parochia de Herclepe predict' seu alibi in hundredo de Midilton. Habend. &c. Data 
apud Herclepe ricesimo primo die menais Maij anno regni l^egia Henrici quarti AngUe 

Suinto. His testibx Thoma Murchant, Galfro ate Doune, BicTo Met, WiU'o Met» Jonne 
myth et aliis." 



1404. " Sciant presentes et futuri q^ ego Juliana Osbym de parodiia de Herclepe in 
com. Kancie in legitima potestate mea d^, &c. Thome Osbjm Marie Osbym & Elisa- 
beth Osbjm consanguin* meis omnia terras et tenements, &c. que habeo tarn in paro- 
chia de Herclepe q'm alibi in d*co com. Kancie. Habend' Ac. His te8tib5 Thoma 
Marchaunt, Oatfrido ate Doune, Thoma Met, £icardo Met, Will'o Met et aliis. 

** Data apud Herclepe vicesimo secundo die mensis Maij anno regni Begii Henrici 
quarti post conquestum quinto." 

1433. " Nou*int universi per p'sentes me Will'm Osbam deTaschirche infra InsuUuq 
de Shepej in com. Kane' dedisse, &c. Thome Osbam filio meo Joh'i Haywarde A WiU'mo 
Mat omnia & sing'la bona mea mobilia et imobilia ac catalla A debita que michi dd- 
bent' ubicumq' fuerint invent' Habend' Ac. Hiis testib5 Simone Lethe, Johne Car- 
penter, Joh'ne Gerard, Will'mo Wotton & Joh'ne Rofyn. 

"Dat' octavo die mensis Oetobr' anno regni Begis Henrici sexti post conquestum 
duodecimo." [Small oval seal of red wax, the letter P impressed thereon.] 

1433. " Sciant presentes et futuri quod ego Alicia nuper ux' Willi Vsbam de p'och' 
de Leysdon in Insula de Shepey dedi, &c. Thome Ysbarn filio meo omnia ilia terras et 
ten' cum suis pertin' que nuper simul cum p'dict' Will'o viro meo et patrepred'ci Thome 
jam defuncti habui ex dimissione Joh'is l>egonn, Joh'is Carpenter, Jonis Canoun &, 
Itob'ti Man jacent' in parochiis de Estcherch & Leysdon, &c. 

"Dat* apud Leysdon p'dict' die Jovis prox' ante festum anu'ciac'ois beate Marie Vir- 
ginis anno regni regis Henr' sexti post conquestum Angl* duodecimo. Hiis testi5 
Will'o Wotton, Gamino Ellis, WiU'o Benet, Joh'e Carpent' Joh'e Gkrard & multis aliis." 
[A small seal of red wax is appended, on which is impressed the letter B.] 

1436. " Sciant p'sentes et futuri q'd ego Joh'es Hamon de parochia de Wardon 
dedi Ac. Thome vsbam medietem omn' t'rar' et ten' cum suis pertin' jacent' in pa- 
rochie de Levsdon &c., que ego d'cus Joh'es simtd cum Will'o Vsbam h'ui ex dono, 
&c. Isabell' nlie Bob'ti Dane*, Ac. Habend' Ac. 

" Dat' apud Leysdon die lune p'x' post festum Pentecost' anno regni Segis Henr* 
YIti post conquest' angl' quarto decimo. 

"Kiis test' Kob'to Carpenter Bob' to a Dane, Bob'to Style, Joh'e Carpenter, Bic'o 
Borden et multis aliis." [Seal of red wax, with shield of these arms : " A chevron be- 
tween three pheons," and an obliterated leg^id.] 

1464. " Sciant presentes A futuri quod ego Will'us Osbam de Hertlepe dedi, &c. 
fioberto Berford de Newynton, Joh'i Downe de Hertlepe A Edmundo Danyell de 
Benham, omnia terras et tenementa mea, &c. jacen' tarn m parochia de Hertlepe q'm 
aUbi in com. £ant, Ac 

** Dat' apud Hertlepe vicesimo septimo die mensis Septembris anno regni regis Ed- 
wardi quarti Anglic quarto. Hiis testib^ Bicardo Pope, Thoma Hawk, Waltero Boc- 
ton, Joh'e Crux, et multis aliis." 

Will of William Osbame, of HeHeclepe, 28 Sept. 1464. 

" Heo est vltima voluntas mei Will'i Osbame de Herteclepe fact' vicesimo octavo die 
mensis Septemb' anno d'ni m^ cccc'b*^ 1x9 quarto. In primis volo q'd omnia debita mea 
■oluent' et lega mea adimplent' ; Item volo quod Alicia uxor mea h'cat omnia terr' et 
tenementa mea usque ad legitimam setatem pueri mei videlicet xvj annor*. Et tunc 
volo quod omnia terr' et tenementa mea equaUter diuident' s'cd'm discrecionem feofator* 
meor^et vna pars remanebit puero meo in feod' simplic'. Et alt' pars remanebit AJicie 
uxori mee ad termin' vite sue et post decessu' p'mct' Alicie vxoris mee omnia terr' et 



38 VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 

tenementa mea pdict' puero meo hered* et aasignat' suis impp'm remanebunt. £t si 
p'dict' puer meua sine hered' de oorpore suo procreat' obierit viuent' Alicia uxor* mee 
tunc volo quod p'dict' Alicia b'eat om ia terr' et tenementa p'dict' ad termin' yite sue 
sine strepitu et rastu custodiend' ad valorem yj* viij^. Et post deoessum Alicie uxor' 
mee volo quod omnia terr* et tenement' mea venaent' s'cd'm discresione' feofator* 
meor*. Ita quod si Johannes Osbame frater mens vult emere p'dict' terr' et tenement' 
h'ebit et emat omnia terr' et tenementa p'dict p' omnibus aliis et levior' p'cio yigint' 
marcar' videlicet inT p'c' quod alius vult dare. Et de piecuniis inde recept' volo quod 
ydoniu' et honestu' vestimentu' emit' ad seruiend' in eccl'ia de Herteclepe s'c d'm 
discrecione' feoflator' meor'. Item volo quod de pecuniis inde vlt' recept' unus pres' 
biter' vdoneus et honest' inveniat' ad celebrand' m eccl'ia de Herteclepe p' dimidiu* 
ann'. £t ad celebrand' in eccl'ia de Upcherche p* aliu' dimidiu* ann' p* salute a'i'e mee, 
uxor* mee, parent' et benefactor' meor'. Et Besidu' recept' disponat' in viis nociuis 
emendand' et in aliis operibus piis deo placabilibus secund' discresione' feoffator* meor'. 
Item volo quod quilibet feoffator' habeat pro suo labore ij* iij^. Dat' die loco et anno 
Bup«dict'." 

Will of Thomas Oabom of"Harclypp;* 1634 (jnroved 27 April, 1634). 

" In del no'i'e amen anno dni m° quingentesimo trisesimo quarto, I Thom's Osbom of 
y^ parysch of Harcljpp hole of mynd & seke in body make my testament in y* man' 
of wise fyrst I bequeth mv soule to almyghty god to oure ladi Saint Mary and to all 
ye sayntes in heuy & my body to be buryd wythyn y« quere dore of Harclipp and y 
bequeth to o^ vycar vi* vin^ also al my landis and tenements lyinge and beinge wythin 
Harclipp, Upchurch, Detunge or eb wher wythin the €k>unty of Kent y have delyu'ed 
astate of all and eu'y on of them to my sone John Osbom as yt douth apere by a dede 
wher for y* forsaid John Osbom shall pay xxU aff my dyscesse y^ is to saye to my son 
Alyxander Osbom viU xiij* iiijd and to my son Will m viU xiij* iiij^ A, to my dought' 
Anys Osbom viU xiij* iiii^ as yt doth apere ^ an oblygac' also y bequeth to the hygmilt' 
of zny parysche church tat tythis forgotin vj* viij^ also y bequeth to the hanginge of the 
bellis vji viijd A, to the reparacyons of the church vj> viij^ also in disohargmge of my 
concyans aeayn god and the church for beynge churchwardin and many tymes melling 
wt y« churdi goodes y geue vj* viij^ also I bequeth to my son Alyxand on oowe sJso y 
bequeth on cowe to Alis Gtellis the resydue of my goodes not bequest my dettes and le- 
gasyes payd I geue & bequeth to Anys my wif who y make my sole execut' to do for 
soule heltn as she thvnketn best and the vycar of Harolipp to be my ou'sere & he to 
have yJB viijd for hys labour and my son John Osbom to be the o'r ou'sere witnes to 
this same Steuyn uybbis John Maye." 

Will of Stephen Osborne, ofNutte, 1681. 

In the name of God, Amen. The 29th day of September, in the year of our Lord 
God 1681. I, Stephen Osbome, of the Ue of Sheappe, and of the Pari^of Eastchurch, 
in the €k>un^ of Kent, yeoman, .... etc., Do ordain and make this my last will and 
testament in manner and form following. First, I bequeath my soul .... etc. Also, 
I give to the poor of Laysdowne Parish, and to the poor of Eastchurch Parish, and to 
the poor of Warden Parish, to the poor of these three Parishes Fifty Three pounds, to 
be bestowed upon lands for them for ever. Whereof my will is that Warden shall have 
yearly eight shillings and the other two parishes the residue equally between them. Item, 
I give to my Mother, during her life, the lease whidi I lately bought of Peter Chrytch- 
CGck. .... Item, I give to my Sister, Henry Billinger's wife, 10 ewes A 10 lambs and 
a cow, to be paid her within one year after my decease. Item, I give to Alice my wife 
201., to be paid her yearly during her life out of my lands. Item, I give to my said 
wife 11 ewes of the best ..... etc. Also, I give to Elisabeth my daughter the profit 
of all my Leases, which if it do not amotmt to 2 hundred pounds then I will it shall be 
made up at the end and terme of the years out of my farm and out of my lands at Lays- 
down. Item, I give to my said daughter the bed in the loft fomishea. Plrovided al- 
ways if she do marry without the consent of my wife and my brother Harry Osbome, 
that then she shall be void of all my legacies before to her given, which legacies I will 

shall be bestowed upon all mv brothers and sisters then living Item, I give 

to mv Brother's son, mj Gtxlson, 6 ewes and a cow. Also, I give to my Brother's 
daughter 4 ewes, to be paid her within eight months next after my decease .... It«m, 
I wul that my brother Harry shall have il. yearly of his rent abated unto himself after 
6 years next and immediately ensuing unto the end and form of his lease. Also, I will 
that m^ brother shall continue still in Nuttes for the same yearly rent till my son come 
to Uwnil age 

Item, I ^ve to my son John aU my lands and ^^oods unbequeathed, my debts and 
legacies paid. If it fortune my said son to dye without heirs of his body lawfully be- 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



39 



gotten, then I will that all mv lands before given to my son shall remidn to my Brother 
and to tiie heirs male of his body lawfully Mgotten, to the eldest of them liyinff, he my 
said brother paying to my daughter's two eldest children Two hundred Poun£. And 
if my daughter fortune to have but one child, then I will that my brother pay but one 
hun(!red Pounds. Item, if that should fortune my Brother to have no heirs male of his 

body lawfully begotten, then I will my lands to the heirs of my daughter Also, 

I make Jolm Paramore my Executor, and I make Jeffery Welche and my Brother, 
Henry Osbonie, tdj overseers .... Item, I will that if any person can justly alledge 
that I have done either him or her any wrong in this world, for every penny of wrong 
so done and justly proved I give them 2d ... . Item, I give to the use of two young 
occupiers of the parish of Eastchurch, 8^. to be lent unto the said two young occupiers 
in manner as followeth, that is to say, either of them 42. to be lent to either of them 
for the terme of and space of 4 years, and at the end of the 4 years I will the said 
young occupiers shall yield and pay home again the four pounds so lent unto either of 
them, to be lent and employed to the use of two other young beginners, and so to remain 
to the use of two young occupiers from .... years to tour years for ever, to be lent and 

changed every fourth year fiK>m two to two 

STEPHEN 08B0BNE. 

Witness, Bichard Chrimpton and Henry Osborne. 

Proved 10^ Dec. 1682. 



nr CHABTHAM OHUBOH. 
{From Fatusett MS,'] 



" Here lieth interred y* Body of Margaret, Daughter of S^ Samuel Peyton, of Knowl- 
ton, Knt. and Bart. Wife of Thomas Osbem, Esq. She died Decemb. 14, 1865." 

Arms : — Osborne, impaling sa. on a cross engrailed or, a orescent of the first; for 
Peyton, 

''Here lieth interred ye Body of Thomas Osbeme, Esq., Eldest son of John Osbeme, 
Gent, of Chilham ; who died 17 January, 1667. Aged 69 Tears." fQu. 1669 P]. 

Osborne Arms. 

" Here lies interred The Body of Jane, Daughter of Arthur Barham, Esq., Wife of 
Thomas Osbeme, Esq., Who died 26 Nov. 1664.^^ 

Arms : — Osborne, impaling a coat not given in the MS. 

ON A 8T0NB DT SOUTH TBAN8BPT OF 8T0CKBUBY OHUBCH. 

** Here lyeth bvried the Bodye of Edward Osbom, Gent., who dyed on the 14th 
day of March Anno Dni. 1622." 

Arms : — Quarterly, in first and fourth quarters an ermine spot, over all on a cross 
five annulets, a crescent for difference. 



VBOM MAIDSTONB BEGIBTBB8. 



1643. Got. 1. 
164^7. Oct. 24. 
1548-9. March 10. 

154gUo. Fel). 26! 
1586. Kov. 21. 
1636. Jan. 15. 



Richard Usbome. 

Henry Osborne. 

Marke Osborne. 

Bachell Osbonie. 

Bette Osborne. 

John, son of John Usbome. 

Elisabeth, daughtor of Ro- 
bert Osborne and Elisa- 
beth his wife. 



1638. Sept. 16. 
1640. Ang. 14. 
1647. Deo. 14. 



Richard, son of Robert Os- 
borne and Elizabeth his 
wife. 

Thomas, son of Robert Os- 
borne and Elisabeth his 
wife. 

Thomas, son of Edward Os- 
borne and Haimah his 
wife. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP KENT. 

1«TT. Apra7. 8iHuu,di 



IHB. Jolj B. John, loii at Bdnrd Oi- 
bonu tai Audi bii wifs. 

1<U. Out.*. Bob«Tl,thiiuDorA«utii 

•adV " -- 

„ OM. so. Ann, di 



Uirnnt Oaboro 
_ p dftiiffhl«r ot iuha . . 
borne, £aq., uid Uuj 



\KS. teb. 
16M. April*. 



, »n or John Oi 
home. B». 
IMS. UHcblO. pFtor.sDDorjohnOtt 

IIM. ApnISl. 



1«7«. HtjU. II>i7, 



ISTD. ApnllU. 



M1U7 hia wife. 
uulMuy 



BT Otborne and Muj 



Bdwird, • 
Ogborna 



JIM ud If HT 

li of'7tep"en 
Lod Elu^tli 



Aleiuider Oaborae uid 

Bliut^Lfa duebter at Ur. 

AleuDder Otborne nnd 

HeiT. Dior, 
AbnbuD, Mn ot Ur. Bu- 

pb™p.bon,e«dBli.* 



pbenOibo 



JohnOibometaBUubelh 


15S*. reb.w. 


John Uibome 10 jDua 


L.W... 
H™5^U.bn™ .0 J«n. 




,.W» » M» 0. 


WiUiun 0.beme to Khj> 






Amej. 







ises. 



pr 



. Decs: 



mof Jokq 



John Osbonifl, um oT John 
Oibome, 

ICU. AptilSi. Tomuine, (hn wife of Bo- 
beet Oihomc. 

IMT. Uvohlg. Thomu, tbaionaflfr.Bd- 
wird Ulbome. 

ISet. Oct. 20. BobeH, iva at Afuitina 

ItM. Jnl7 18. Robert, un of Anputine 

IMt. Deo.*. Bicbud o'lborae, (budie- 

lour. 



. Anc- W. HeTfinl, ;* 



" 


„ ., 


^irt'Xz 






Oebome. J 


1(170. 


Anj. IS. 


Frincee, dioiihler 


\m. 


Aug. 11. 


Al«»nd<r, »d of 
der Otbome. 


mi. 


Aphl 1«. 


Eliubrlh Oibome 
Alti.nder, snn of 


1*83. 


Sot. 2J. 


Bliiibelh, diUEbte 


1«B3. 


Aug. 18. 



Be»I of !Edw«nl Oabome, of Hartlip, npjwnded lo counterpart of Oonvejance ftom 
Willmm, Benoetl, of GillinghMn, in the coimtjof Kcnl, gentlsnjMi, to Edirard Otbome, 
dnted 10 June, IfllS. 



VISITATION OP THE COTJUTr OF KENT 



= Benediota, filia .... 



ThomM Contiy, 
ntat. 4 annonun 
et amplius, 1619. 



INBCBlPTIOir nr HT. OEOROI 
" On k flat ItODC, with thii coat [ume ai 
TlwmaA CuTttrjf gent., late of Aah, who di 
Btatii lUB 50.' " (BrTan Fauanett, 1768.) 



loll. BuUidlanin AlutiD ud B«ui«t Cnntrj wen muritd Ilia Hfeuth dajr of PvbniUT. 



IhiT. tha du^tur of Thamu CcHubr, wu b^itiHd tha Uth a/ JuiuiT. 
ltS\. BUfAiiuthaBBofTbcauiCoaBtaT, w*abapti»dtha£lhda7(>f J11I7. 
IBM. BbntivUi, Uw cUnglitir of Tbomu 0000(17, wu Iwptiicd th« ItKb lUj of Aicait, 
1(M. BHiabtUi, ths dtnchUr of TlK)iiiuCaDiitn>, ■aiborkd tha Mhds^i^Oclober. 
leii. BauwttCoiutTj, widow, wu buried Ihe^MdiT of Scplambu. 



ill 



a s« 



III. 



Sail 



ilti 

~i i tS 



I 



:m3 



si I 
ill 



J" -S J 



-Jill 





a 


4 5la*s 


Jl 






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'm 






If 

so 

Li 

n 

li 

^\ 



II 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTT OF KENT. 



I us*. Deo. 31. Cluulopber, »d of Gharlu 



est. Jta. 7. Chrutopbsr Tripp. 
Bij. Ju. li. ClwlH Tripp, Btqnil*. 



"On tha Weat Will ig & Honument with y 2 fallawinr Comta, and another w<^ I 
oouid not get n«r enough to Diitineiush, nor ut more of &e Inicription th&n Put of 
the Fint Line ; lii. ' Bou Tripp, Slia Tbomn HerSeet.' " 

[Arms:— 1. Aa. three fkna or. for HaTOeet. 8. Ar. Mmiee of erOH-crOHleU 
fitehee an. within > bordure eognuled throe fleun-da-lia of the aecond, for 
Bereiford; impaling gu, on lU iMiuita u man; fl«un-de-1ia ml] 
"On another Monument in ;■ S,E. Comer: 'MemorUe Sacrum Digniuimi viri Ca- 

roll Tripp ' (I could read no more of it)." 

[Aran 1—1 and i, Tripp ; 3 and 3, More.] Faiuwtt MS. 176S. 



Trippe quartering aa tricked b; Haated 
in hii copj of the Vidtation of Sent. Addit. 
MS. Brit. Mm. 16270. 



Juneral CeitiAcate. 

"The Worahipfull Chailea Trippe, Couneillor at Lawo, and Juilice of Peace, and 
Quorum in the Countje of Kent, departed this mortal hfe at hia houie at Trapham, 
in the pariah of Wingham, in the Countje of Kent afomaid, upon the 12^ daje of 
7anuaiT, 1884, and waa buried in the Pariah Church of Wingham aforesaid, in the 
South Crosse Iile. He married to hia tirst wife, Base, dar of Sir Xlu>> Harfleete, of 
- ' ). Kent, Enight, who djed before him, without iaaue. He married to hi* 
"  if Sir Kdmun ' " " — "  . ^ ..._.., ^ 



2°' wife. Suherin, da.' of Sir Edmund Bell, aonne to Sir Bobert Bell, Ld Cheife Baron 
o' the Exchequer, br whom he had issue tivinge at the trme of the making of hia 
Will, 3 eonnea, via. Charlea, eldest, a^ed 3 years; John, 2nd saune; CbrialopEer died 
Tery joung, S daja before him ; which 3 sonnea were nrdajned b j him for hia E»e- 

"Thia certificate waa taken by John Philipott, Someraett, and ia testified b; £athe. 
lin Trippe." 

Anna ; — Trippe and Moore quarterly, impaling Bell. Sable, a chevion ermine, 
between three belle argent. 



Wppeapp 



appended ton 

parochia do 
Eaahe juita Sandwicum inquodamcam- 
po qui Tocat' Trippea inter temm bere- 
dum Rieardi Crabber versus West et ter- 
ram Thom' Trippe, junior', versua EaaL" 
Sated Janr, IH Edward II. [1326.]— 
(Horl. Charters.) 



44 VISITATrON OF THE COUimr Of KENT. 

paster. 

To all and iioguler Nobles and Oentlea of wh«t Bstate, Dignilie or Dc^rM 
bMirinee Armea, to Thom theise presenla sball come William Camden eaquire 
alias cWeacieux principall Herauld and Einge of Armea of the Eb1«, Wesle, and 
Souths pariaa of Englande from the Bjuer of TreDt« southward hi> due Ccnnen- 
dacODS and ereetjiige, for asmui^b as aundentljie &om the beginingo, ood not with- 
out gnat ddiberaooo, equitie and reason, it was ordayned, that men of wisdome 
leaminge, verteouB Ijfiit, and 
Noble eouisgo, and such oa 
for their Integretie and Dis- 
creatdon are aouanood to Dig- 
nitiea or Magistrate* in their 
Katyue oouDtrje and Comon - 
wealtli haue byne worthilje 
oomended to the worlde, hj 
sundry Monntunentoa and 
Bemembranoes of their good 
deeert«a : Amongeet which 
the chieffeate and moat Tsuall 
hath byne the bearinge of 
Signea in Shields called 
Armes, which are the Demon- 
I stretioDS of the aboue named 
} vertues,dyuers)ye distributed 
aocordinge to the quallitiea 
and deserve of the penona 
meritinge the aame : which 
Order as it was most pru- 
dentlye denized in the be- 
gininge to etirr and kyndls 
Ibe hartaa of men to the imy- 
tacon of Vertue and Noble- 
nee, Euen so bath the same 
byne, and yet is contynuallye 
obserued,to th'ende,tli at such 
as bane done comendable ser- 
uice to tbeir Prince, or Con- 
trye, eyther in Warre, or 
peace, might both reoeaue 
due honore in iJieir lyuee, 
and also deryue the same successiiielye to their posteritye after them : In respecto 
whereof beinge required of Jamei Mattfr of Eatt Landen in the Countie of Sent 
sons of JoAh Matter of SandKrieht in the said Ckiuntie gentleman to make Searche 
in (he Kegisters and Eecordes of mj office, and to delyuer TuM him such Armea 
and Badge as he might lawfulUe Tse, and beare without preiudice of any other, 
hare at his gentle requeate made searcbe accordinshe and doe finde that he may 
lawfuUie fee and beare these Armes and Creaste foliowinge (that is to ssye) aiure a 
feoe batoillee betweene three griffons beads eraied d'or. And to his Cresst or 
Badge a Unicomes head coped d'orgente mayned pumle issuinge out of a Crowne 
murall d'or, mantled gules dubtod d argent, as more pLaynlie appeareth depicted in 
the margente ; 'Which Armea and Crmste with euerye parte and parcell theirof, I 
the said Clarencieui Kinge of Armes (by powers and autboritje Tnder the great 
Seale of England mto my Office attributed and aneied) Doe by theise presents 
allowe, geue, gmunte. and conErme, vnto the said Jama Mailer and to his issue 
and postentie, with their due differences, and bee, or they, the same to Tse, beare, 
or ahewe forthe, In shielde, Coate Armor or otherwise (accordinge to the aunciento 
Lawea of Armes) at his or their pleasure and libertie for ever withoute contradic- 
tion or Controllmente of any mannere of person or persons what so euer. In Wit- 
nee wherof I the said Clarencieui Einge of Armes, haie haare vnto sett my lionde 
andSealeofOffice,theaocondedayof Ifayin theveareof oursoluationfrom Christe 
one Qiowsand eiie hundreth and eygbt, and in the siite yeare of the Keigne at our 
Sonereigne Lord Jatnet by the grace of god Ebge of groat Britaine Franca and 
Irelande Defender of the fayth &k. 

WILLM CAMDEN, Clartmcnr 
King-of-Amift. 

The original grant is in the pOHession of C. H. Mastrr, Esq.,' of Barro"- Orceo House, 



i Hi'. 






-Ml 
Hi 



s^^ 

_i1* 



1 Hs.1- 



21 M '^(i 



lift iii i 1 




= 6=5 

it! 



46 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



EXTSAOIB TSOM THB REOIBTSB OF EAST LAITODON.* 



584. 
684. 

585. 

588. 

591. 
616. 
618. 
623. 
629. 
630. 
631. 
683. 
634. 

634. 

636. 

686. 

636. 
638. 
639. 

640. 

642. 
643. 
643. 
644. 

646. 
646. 
648. 
660. 



2S'i dmje of September, wm buried — 

Muter, loniie of Junes Master, gent. 
The fourth daje of Marohe, was buried 

Jamea Maater, aonne of Junea Maa* 

ter, gent. 
The first d«re of Aprill, waa christened 

NathanieU Maater, aonne of Jamea 

Master, gent. 
The I4f^ daje of Jane, waa chriatened 

Thomas Master, Sonne of James Maa> 

ter, Rent. 
The 26tli daye of Jolje, waa boried 

Martha, wyfe of Jamea Maater, gent. 
Margaret, wyfe of Jamea Maater, waa 

bozyed (fi^ day of June. 
Edward Master, son of William Maater, 

was buried SIM of February. 
James Maater, gent., was buried the 6 

of October. 
Margaret, daughter of Bichard Maater, 

gent., was baptiaed 16 January. 
Richard, the aon of Bichard Master, 

sent., was baptised 28th December. 
Bdward, the son of Bichard Master, 

Eaqn, waa baptised January 6th. 
Adrie, the daughter of Richara Maater, 

Bsqre., waa naptixed 28 Januarr. 
Maxy. the daughter of Bichard Master 

and Anne his wife, was baptised 6^ of 

Maye. 
Adrie, the daushter of Bichard Maater 

and Anne Maater, was buried the 4th 

day of Julye. 
Henry, the son of Bichard Maater and 

Ann his wife, was baptised the 30tb 

May. 
Henry, the son of Bichard Master and 

Ann hia irife, waa buried the 84 of 

October. 
Robert, son of Richard Maater, Esqre., 

and Ann his wife, baptised 2pth May. 
John, son of Richard Maater and Aun 

his wife, baptised 30th Auguat. 
Ann, the dan^fhter of Richard Master 

and Ann his wife, baptised 3nd Oc- 
tober. 
Btransome, son of Richard Maater, 

Esqre., and Ann his wife, waa bap- 
tised 3 Not. 
George, the son of Richard Maater, was 

baptised May 37. 
Mr*. Elisabeth Maater buried August 

5th. 

CharleSf son of Richard Master and Ann 
his wife, baptised July 14th. 

Byballa, the aaughter of Richard Mas- 
ter, Esqre., and Ann his wife, bap- 
tised Sept. 3. 

Frances, daughter of Richard Master, 
Esq., baptised Februarr 3. 

NathanieU, son of Richara Master, bap- 
tised March 10. 

William, son of Richard Master, Esq., 
baptised Sent. 25th. 

Martha, dauniter of Richard Master, 
baptised July 10th. 



1667. James Master, eldest son of Richar 

Master, Esare., of Langdon Abbey, 
waa marriea to Mn Jcnrce Tumor, 
onl^ daughter of Sir Christopher, 
Knight, one of the Barons of the 
Court of Exchequer, in the Parish 
Church of St Margareta at Weatmin- 
sier, on Thursday, the 19th day of De- 
cember, in the lljith year of Charles the 
Second, and in the year of our Lord 
Ood 1667, here by me, William Os- 
borne, Rector, at the deaire of Mr 
James Master. 

1668. Kchard Master, son of James Maater. 

and Joyce his wife, was bom in the 
Faririi of St Andrew in Holbom, in 
the Counbr of Middleaex, on Thurs- 
day, the I3th day of November, in Uie 
SOth year of Cliarlea the Second and 
in the year of our Lord GK>d 1668, and 
was baptiaed tiie same day, entered 
here by me, William Osborne, Rector, 
at the deaire of the said Mr Jamea 
Master. 

1669. Marguet, the dau^ter of Jamea Maa- 

ter and Joyce his wife, biq;>tixed 

March 10th. 
1669. April 11th, Buried Richard Master, 

Esqre. 
1669. Nathaniel Maater, gent., was buried 

Jan7l8th. 

1671. Baptised, Anna, the daughter of Jamea 
Master and Joyce his wife, JuIt 16th. 

1673. Joyce, the daughter of James Maater 
and Joyce hia wife, Jan. (no date). 

1676. Elisabeth, daughter of Jamea Master 
and Joyce his wife, July 16th. 

1676. Isabella, aaughter of Jamea Maater and 

Joyce his wife, Julr 11th. 

1677. Frances, daughter of James Maata and 

Joyce hia wife, October 16th. 
1680. Jamea, son of James Master and Joroe 
his wifejjfraa bom in Great S Bartho- 
lomew Close, London, Sept .13, 1678, 
and was christened there on the 33ii4 : 
he died November 4^. 1679, and waa 
buried Noremb. the 6th in the Church 
of St Bartholomew. 

1680. Edward, son of Jamea Maater, Esq., and 

Joyce hia wife, was bom in Great St 
Bartholomew Close, London, May Uie 
8. 1680, in the early morning, ana waa 
cnristened that eyening : entered here 
at the deaire of Jamea Master, their 
father, by me, Thomaa Paramor, Beo- 
tor. The said Edward, aon of Jamea 
Maater, Esqre., and Joyce his wife, 
died June 8th, 1680, and was buried 
on the 9th in the Church of Great 
St Bartholomew, London. 

1681. Streynsham, son of James Maater and 

Joyce his wife, waa born in Great 
St Bartholomew Close, London, on 
the 7th day of March, 1681, between 
13 and 1 of the Clooke at noon, and 
baptised on the following day. 



* On the Communion plate belonging to the church of Eaat Langdon are engraved 
the Master arma, as aboye, and this inBcription :^£X DONO STREYNSHAM 
MASTER. 1676. 

"At East Lanffdon Church, .... in the Chancell .... on a Brass-Plate fixt to a flat 
Stone ; partly hia by y* Bails. * Here lieth entombed, the Bodies of ... . Master, with 
3 of her children. Sumtimea .... of Jamea Master, by whome he had Issue . . . sonne 
and 3 Daughters. Who departed this .... zxij day of July, in y^ Yeare of our Lord 
1691, And in the xxxviij Yeare of her Age.' " (Bryan Faussett, 1769.) 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 47 



FROM WnraHAM BXaiBTEBS. 



BAPnSlCS. 



1837. Vow. 6, Jamet Muten, ion of Mr Bioh- 

ard Maiten, gentleman. 
16S8. Oct. 16, Edward, acm to Mr Bichard 

Mastara. 



MAXBIAOB. 



16Sf. Jan. S, Richard Maitars, geatieman, and 
Ann Oxinden. 

BUBXAL. 

1039. Aug. IS, Edward Maatera. 



MoinrKEirr nr wingham ohttsch, bbookb ohantbt. 

"To the memoir of Straynsham Master, of Brook, in thia Parish, Esor., only son of 
James Master, of East l)angdon, in this county, EsqJ., by Joyce, only daughter of 
8r Christopher Turner, of Milton Earnest, in the countjr of Beoford, Knt. He was a gen- 
tleman of strict honour and signaU Bravery, who, having commanded severall ships in 
the Boyall Navy, did, in the year 1718, particularly distmguish himself in the engage- 
ment against the Spaniard on the Coast of Sicilly, then commanding the ' Superb,' 
Man-of-nar, in ye British Fleet, under the Conduct of Sir Georfi^e Byng, now Lord 
Viscount Torrin^n, by attacking and forcing the Spanish Admiral m- chief to sur- 
render to him. He married Elizabieth, sole daughter and Heiress of Bichard Oxenden, 
Esq., Barrister-at-law, a younger son of Sr H. Oxenden, of Dean, Baronet, by Mary, 
one of the daughters and coheiresses of Henry Oxenden, of Brook, Esqr. He died June 
ye 22^ 1724, aged 43 yeares, 4 months, and some few days after his marriage, univer- 
sally lamented by his friendls, leaving a moumfuU widow, who erected this monument 
to express her sincere lore to his memory. 

"Our Labour is vain, our rest is gain." 

Arms: — Quarterly of 4. 1 and 4, Master; 2, Streynsham; 3, Wightman; 
impaling Oxenden. 

IN ST. MICHAEL'S CHAPEL, CAKTEBBUBT CATHEDRAL. 

"Memoriss 8 Edoardi Master equitis aurati primogeniti Jacobi Master de East 
Langdon prope Dorobemiam in agro Cantiensi Arm. qui uxorem duxit Etheldredam 
Streynsham filiam natu maTiTnam et coheredum alteram Boberti Streynsham de Os- 
pring in eodem agro arm. cum hac quindena prole auctus quadraginta sex annos faeli- 
citer oonvixit. ob. 3. Aug. 1648 est. su» 74." 

Above the inscription are two shields; on the dexter are represented the 
Master arms. The second shield bears the same arms, and on esoocheon of 
pretence the arms of Streynsham and Wightman quarterly. 



VBOM THE OSPBIirOB BBGI8TEBS. 



BAPTIsVa. 



1604. Biehard, son of Edward Masters, by i Ift^f. Franeea Masteres, danghtar of Edward 



Adrie his wife. 

1606. Jamea, Uie son of Edward Master and of 
Adrie his wife. 

160{. Jan. 34, Edward Maaters, the aon of Ed- 
ward Maatera. 

IfiOf. William, son of Edward Master, by 
Adrie hia wife. 

1610. Anne, the daufshter of Edward Master 
and of Adrie his wife. 

1617. Edward Maaterea, son of Edward Mas- 

teres and Adriane his wife. 

1618. John Masters, son of Edward Masters, 

gent. 



Masteres, gent., and Adrian liis wife. 
16|f . Martha, daagnter of Edward Masterefe, 
by Aorianhis wife. 

1633. [illegible J the daughter of Edward 

Masters. 

1634. Elisabeth, the daughter of Edward 

Maaters, gent. 

1636. Martha, the daughter of Edward Maa- 
ters, Esq. 

16}|. Strensbam, son of Edwarde Masters, 
gent. 



MAIKIAaiS. 

1603. Edwarde Master with Adrie Streinsham. | 168|. An Masters to John Nutte gent. 

D 



48 VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



BUBIALB. 



1605. Bobert Streinaham, ^entn. 
1618. John Masters, the son of Bdwarde 
Masters, gent. 



1631. James Maisten, gent. 
1069. Alice Haward, tlie wife of Bobert Master, 
gent., and Bector of this parish. 



INSCBIPTIORB IN OSPBINaS CHURCH. 

Mural, 

" Sacrum xnemoris Roberti Streynaham et Franciscss uxoris siub, Yubc Guliebni 
Witeman de Harrow Hill in comitatu Midda equitis £e^ Henrici Octavi in. expedi- 
tione 8ti Quintini theaaurii, filiarum pariter ac heredum una; ille C!oUeg:ii omnium Ani- 
marum socius, necnon utriiuque juris Bacc. quo literarum genere cum in rebus geren- 
dis instructior evasisset amantiensis officium Gulielmo Pembrochiso comite pnestitit, 
tandem hujus parochisB rectoriam nactus earn sBdificiis plurimum adauxifc, ubi uxor 
primiun, ipse paucis interpositia annia placide expiravit, et firm& futursB resurrectionia 
spe innixi quicte imA in hoc pulyere obdormiscunt. Liberos habuere, filiaa tantum 
duaa quarum minor vivente patre virgo permansit, majorem ipse Edw. Master Jac 
Master de East Langden armi^eri filio pnmogenito in matrimonium elocavit, qui hac 
ipsa jure dotalitio fretua rectonA, hoc etiam pietatia officii que ergo individuum extruxit 
monumentum." 

Arms : — Or, a pale indented gules. 

Mural. 

" Hie situs est Yir candore et ctmitie plurimum venerandus Jacobus Master Armiger 
Sandwich Maritimo orientalis Cantij oppido oriundus, deinde sedem sibi suisque in 
Villi Langden Orientalis juxta castrum Dovirense extruxit : ubi sub Laribua propitiia 
annofl bene multos egit ; duplici oonjugio et numerosam liberorum quindecem sed et 
nepotum etiam et pronepotum stirpem perquam beatus, inque totam viciniam et pne- 
sertim pauperiorem ejus partem admodum benignua et munificua. Hue tandem in- 
grayescente jam SEftate rebusque gerendis minus aptus ad filium primogenitum Edrar- 
dum se recepit, quem postquam meritisaimo equestris ordinis honore insignitum et 
uberrima tam bu& quam suorum propa^^ine germinantem et florentem viderat (quid 
ampUus) in Cbristo placidissime obdormivit Apr. 27 A.D. 1631. atatis vero iusb 84. 

Arms : — Master impaling Norton. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



49 




^arxlian. 



Johmmes Moulton, = Agnes, filia et heres 



de Otfordf* filius 
secundus. 



JohanniB SwayreBland, 
alibi Swansted. 



I 

Johannes 
Moulton, 
de Otford. 



Philippa. [Da. of 
Tho«Pett. L.MS.] 



[Thomas, ob. 
8. p. Lam- 
bard MS.] 



Bobertus = 
Moulton, 
de Otford, 
in com. 
Kant., ge- 
neroeus. 



.... filia .... Michell, [ Joane, 

de Surrey. mar** to 

[... filia WrechiUj in W»Downe. 

agro Somersettensi. L. MS.] 
Lambard MS.] 



I I I 

[Bobert. Greorgius Multon,  

de St. Gleres, in 

parochia de Igh- 

tam, armiger. 

[Bo. Oct. 10, 

1504; ob.Ma7 24, 

Died in their other's 1688; bu.atlght- 

life. L. MS.] ham.] 



I I I 
[John. 



Thomas. James.] 
Edward. 



I 



I I 
[Cicely. 



Agnes, filia ThomsB [Joan, 

Folhill, de Shore- m. to 

ham.f [Argent, on Stafibrd. Margaret. 

eagle displayed sable, L.MS.] — 

armed, etc. or, charged L. MS.] 

on the breast with a 

fleur-de-lis of the last. 

She died Sep. 23, 1591. Lambard MS.] 



Jana, nupta Willielmo 
Lambert, de Holling. 
Bo. 12 Sept. 1553. 
[Ob. 21 Sept. 1673 ; 
sepulta in eccl'ia de 



Oeorgius Multon, = Andiy, filia Boberti 



de Wrotham. 
[Bo. Dec. 11, 
1546 ; ob. 9 May, 
1618 : bur. in 



Eightham. LambardeMS.] Ightham Ch.] 



X Riches, de Wrotham. 
[Etheldreda Riohers, 
mar«» May 13, 1574. 
She died 20 Dec. 1638 ; 
bur. in Ightham Church. 
L. MS.] 



I I 
[John. 

Jane. 

Obb. s. p. 
L. MS.] 



I 



Bobertus Multon, = Debora, filia Henrici 



de St. Cleres. 
[Ob. 22 Aug. 
1644 ; bur. in 
Ightham Ch.] 



Whetenhall, de Peckham, 
miUtifl. [She died Oct. 161 9 ; 
bur. in Ightham Ch. 



Debora Multon, proles unica. 



* The Otford Registers do not contain any entries relating to the Multon famihr. 

t Daughter of Robert Polhill of Shoreham, and " naturu sister of Thomas, Payye, 
and Willum PolhilL" Thomas Polhill was also of Shoreham, Robert Polhill (Qu. ano- 
ther brother ?) of Ightham, William Polhill of Seale. (Deeds 12 and 27, £liz. in Lam- 
bard MSS.) 

{ Son of John Richers, liring temp. 1670, descended from an ancient family of 
Swanington Hall, Norf. 

On a seal appended to an agreement between William Lambard, of Hallinge, in the 
county of Kent, Esq., and Georee Multon, of Ightham, in the same county, (^nt., and 
Audrey his wife, made 4 Feb., 34 Elizabeth (1691), respecting Saint Cleres, are repre- 
sented the following arms :--Quarterly of 4; 1 & 4, three annulets; 2 & 3, six roundels 
each charged with a mullet, over all a crescent for difference ; impaluig a lion rampant, 
debruised by a bend char^fed with three crosses croaslet fitchee. This seal was used by 
Audrey Multon, and her signature occurs at the side of the label from which the seal is 
appended. 

D 2 



52 VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



▲OBBEMXITT YOB XABBIAOB SBTTLBIOSNT OV GBOBaB HCLTOK. 

" Articles of agreament conceminge a manage (by the favour of Gk)d) to be had be- 
twene George Multon, son and heire apparant of George Multon, of Ightham, in the 
countie of Kent, Esquier, of th'one parte, and Audria Richers, daughter of Bobert 
Richen, of Wrotham, in the said countie of th*other parte, and concluded upon by and 
betwene the s<l George Multon, the father, and the said Robert Richen, the xiiij" day 
of Januarie, in the XTJ^ yeare of the Reigne of ou' Soueraigna Ladie Quene EliiaMthe, ' 
etc (1673.) 

" l"t. Rob* Richers to pay the sum of £100, ' at one entier payment^' to the said 
George Multon, the father, and to beare, as well, the charges of the ' manage diner,* as 
also tke charges of the appareU of the bodie of the said Auaerie mete and oonrenient 
for the said scMemnixation. 

" 2. The s^ Robert promises to give and allowe unto G^rge and Auderie, and to one 
mayde, that shalbe attendant up<m the said Audrie, meate and drinke competent for 
his and their desires within the nowe house of the s^ Robert Riehers, in Wrotham 
aforesaide, by and during the space of two yeares. 

"3. George Multon, the father, promises to paye charges of th'appaieil of the bodie 
of the sd George, the son, mete and convenient to4>e uaed at the solemnisation afore- 
said. 

"4. George Multon, the fkther, assures to the said George, the son, and Audrie, at 
or before the time of s^ mariage, landes and tenements within the countie of Kent of 
the ' clere'yearlie value of twentie pounds above al charges and reprises of w«^ the cheif 
house of the said George Multon, the father, lying in Great Peckam, in the said 
countie, and the landes therunto adjoviiinge, to be part and paroell to be had to the 
Bd George and Audrie for their natural lives. 

" 6. George Multon, the father, assures to s^ George and Audrie other landes within 
cJ of Kent, of clere yearlie value of other twentie poundes," etc. 



"RICH. RTCHERS. GEORGE MULTON. 



If 



BXTBACT8 PBOM LAMBABDI DIABT BBLATIVO TO THB MULTOH FAMILY. 

Sept. 12. Nata est Jana Multona, oonjunx, circiter hora' 12 pomerid* 1553. 

Sept. 11. Ccepi in uxor* Jana' Multona' 1570 die lune, W. It. 

Oct. 18. Anno salutis humansB 1604, natus est Geor^us Multonus. 

May 24. Georgius Multonus socer, vir multis nommibus mihi oolendus, diem obijt 

supremu', tP Christi 1588 BBtatis aute' suas 84. Ightami Kancim tumulatur. 
Dec. 11. Natus est Georgius Multonus junior, circiter horam 7 pomerid' 1546. 
May 18. Anno 1574 hora 3 ante meridiana, Georgius Multonus, junior, in uxore' dnxit 

Etheldredam Rychers, Wrothami CancisD. 
August 22, 164i. Robert Multon t« sonne and heire of George Multon of S* Cleares in 

If^htam in Kent, dyeo, and lieth buiried in y« church of Ightam aforsaide, 

with a tombe stone and inscription on it bearinge v« date above written. 
May 0, 1618. G^eorge Multon y« sonne of George Multon and rather of Robert Multon 

of St Cleres in Ightam in Kent, ay«d and Iveth buiried in the church of 

Iffhtam aforesaid and hath a tombe stone with an inscription bearing date 

aboTO written. 



[WiU'miis Wl 
BererW, sup' 
7 E. IV., Been 
maritus A^cl 
sepultus apud; 
Beuerley.J 



I I 
[Robert, 

a priest. 
Henrj.] 



[Edwardus Whyte, 
filioB Boberti 
Whyte,de 
Beuerleye, 
generoBUB.] 



[Bobertufl Peane, == [Marg 
de Hallinge, I et he: 



£ 



\l 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP KENT. 

'^WttiaJXtiit. 



Eute, and Wesle d'Ui of this B«*lme of Englsnde, &om the Bjuer of the Trent 
■owtbniude, >enditli den tiid hamble oommendBCioa and greting. Equile wiUith 
and Seaaon ordenith that man Tertaous and of noble courage he b; their ] 



■od good Bonowiue rewarded not alonl; tbeire p'woa in this mortsU Ijfe, ao brief 
and tianaitoiy, but alao after 
them thoae that abalbe of 
tbeire bodies deaendid to 
be in all plaoTB of honor with 
other noble* and Jentlea ac- 
cepted and taken by oerMyne 
enaeignea and demonstnun- 
cji of honor and Noblea that 
i* to Bsye, blaeoD, healine, and 
'J^mbra, to tbeode that by 
tbeire enaample* other ahulde 
the more enforoe tbenueluea 
to haue p'aeueraace to vas 
thcire dsyca in fe&tea of aimeii 
and werkei vertuoua to geta 
the Beuowme of auncjent 
Ifobleaa in tbeire ligoea and 
poateritiea. And therefore I, 
CUrenoieuU King of ArmM, 
ai aboueaaide, act aloaly by 
the com men reoowme, but 
also by the reports and witt- 
nts of djuera worthy to be 
tabeo of worde and cradoQoe, 
am plainly aduertdaed and en- 
fonaed that Joka l/ombard, 
of the p' iaheof Ledbmy, in the 
Cowntyeof ^dre/bn'igentill- 
roan, & at this tjme ebryue 
to the Sing Ma'** of hie citie 
of London, hath Tiyd hym- 
■elf ao diacnitly ao that he 
hath well deaerued to be in 
all placya of honor admitted, 
nombnid, and taken in the 
company of otber noblea and Jentilli. jLndfor theremembrauDceof tbeaameby 
the Terlii, auctorite, and power annexed, attribued, geuen, and grauntod to me and 
to mj ofice of Clarencieiui King of Armea, by the King owr Souereyne Lorde bia 
highnea, by eipreaae wardea vnder bia moat noble grete B«]e, haue deuised, ordenid, 
geaen, and gniuntod to the aaide John Lambard, gentilman, and to hia poat«ritie, 
the Armea and Create in maner u horeafter folowith, that ta to nye, Geulee a 
Cheueron Tuir betwene Thre liunbea peasant ailuer mgled aable ; vpon hli healm« 
on a Torse ailuer and geules a Trogodisea hed Saay and homed Aaur, the maynB 
porfled golde, the earea and the Tynea of the homea ailuer, the tongue appaninte 
geulea mantelod uur dobled ailuer, bb more plainly apperith depicted in thu mar- 
gent. To haua and to holde to the aaide Jobn Lambard, gentiUman, and to his 
posterite, and they hit to Tae and enioje far euermore. In wittnea whero^ I, the 
aaide Clsirenciouli King of Armea haue signed theeo p'ntes w" my hande, and aet 
therunto the seale of my Annea, with the seals of my ofice of Ckrencieuli King 
of Armea. Yeuen aod graunted at Loudon, the it*^ daje of Jolye, in the Bfte yere 
of the Seigne of our Bouercyne lords Edward the Syit«, by the grace of god King 
of Englaude, flVannce, and Irelande, defendo* of the fiuthe and of the churob ^ 
Englande and Irelande in esrtbe vnder Christe the aupreme hsdd. 

Far moy, THOHAS HAWLAY, al'a Clarecieuli Boy darmn. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTV OF KEKT. 



Camplementum Inagmornm gentilioiorumque 
UoltODiu Lambarde ceterique &&tra« lui (auu ftptii at 
neronariu differanfiu dutincta) ia clipeU, Telillu, 
■liiique rebui, et locii erieere nu gestare poMont, 
■ine aliorain daropno Tel inJuriB. 

Armi:— Quarterly of four; 1, Lunbarde j 3, Horse, of London ; S, Deuie,of HaUui{[; 

4, White; of Bererlej." 

* The iniu of 'Whila tfa oawtarsd bj lbs Lunhwdn tbrootb the i 
bMd., ofOrMnwi.:!., wilhBHTnilm, dr '- "■ ■-■■'- 

p>r«th»<iife, dtDchtcrud bfinno 
sFWiUJini Lunbuds, Eiq.,arB»Gliii 

BrmlnfArmtfrBm TTuimiit Bottu, Jf nmt, in IfHSamWIlilt, (ifllit Cnntf qf Tort, 

WJtm DUEpd Nditfj Kjdica of Armvs of the Northe of IhiH Doble ReBhiie Hnditb hambls utd 

a maVfd mod ilnrvd bje rrrtun nienes, kod intrDdat^PEDDH, lo ti« And FitTBiryH vtvt htro Bn^F 
a]1e honormMe Bud worahiTiruU coiidut# by which be thftlle mows wjih Kodd;ri tr^iu.'e ettajme Tato 

to th# Kicbjritfl io me eomyU«d ehuLds devjia bjm AMi|{ne mad tokyn af bonoT urbarfun bee ud 
hii bejTje of bit bodj lawafoDj bep>tTii Brer more hflr«aft«r maj* be reTeetjd to theyr* b<H 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



55 



The addition! to the Lambarde pedi^pree (within brackets^ have been copied from an 
oriffinal Pedigree compiled by Francu Th^nne, and by him given to the celebrated 
Wmiam Lambarde, as appears by the following inscription in Lunbarde's autograph : — 
"Has Insignioru* et generis muluum delineationes, ita (ut vides) affabr^ depictas, 
amoris er^ nuhi vitro obtulit Trancisnus Thynne, antiquitatis et bonarum literanun 
studiosissimus, 14 Feb. 1691. W. Lambarde.*'^ 

The facsimile of the Lambarde arms is copied from the same pedigree. 



XXTKACTS FBOIC SBYEITOAKS BE01STSB8. 



1569. 
166i. 

1654. 

167f. 

1«72. 

167S. 

1874. 

187». 
1680. 
1695. 

1697. 
1699. 
1700. 
1701. 
1704. 
170|. 



Feb. 1. 
Dec. 9. 

Sept. 29. 

Jan. 13. 

May 18. 

Deo. 19. 

Dec. 37. 

Feb. 15. 

April 6. 

Oct. 15. 

Oct. 13. 

Jniie 16. 

May 31. 

April 26. 

June 18. 

Jan. 18. 



1674. 
1676. 

1677. 
1679. 
1681. 
1689. 
169^. 
1699. 

ifH- 

1700. 



Deo. 9. 
Kov. 8. 
Sept. 3a. 
June 38. 
April 23. 
July 13. 
March 33. 
July 4. 
Jsn. 7> 
Sept. 4. 



Dorytie Lambard. 

Robert, son of Robert Lam- ! 

bard. 
Mary, daucfater of Thomas 

Lambara, Bsq. 
Thomas, son of William 

Lambard. Bsq. 
Jane, daofnter of Thomss 

Lambard. 
William, son of William 

Lambard, Bsq. 
John, aon of William Lam- 
bard, Bsq. 
Moolton, son of William 

Lambard, Bsq. 
WilUam, aon of William 

Lambard, Esq. 
Mary, daogbter of Thomss 

LunbarcT. Esq. n 

Jane, dauKliter of Thomas 

Lsmbard. Esq. 
Bllen, dsnahter of Thomas 

Lanibaro, Esq. 
William, son of Thomas 

Lambard, Bsq. 
William, son of Thomss 

Lambard, Bsq. 
Thomss, son of Thomas 

Lambard, Esq. 
Thomas, son of Thomas 

Lambard, Oent. 



BAPTISMS. 

1706. 



June 7. 

1707. Ang.l. 

1711. April 23. 

171S. April 18. 

1713. Feb. 15. 
171|. Jan. 11. 

1714. Dec. 36. 
1716. 

1717. May 5. 
„ Oct. 30. 

1718. Aug. 11. 
1738. July 28. 
1746. Dec. 13. 
1767. Sept. 3. 
1758. Deo. 1. 



Besl, daughter of Thomas 
Lambard, Oent. 



Mary, daughter of Thomss 

of 



lauffo 
Lambsro. 

Elisabetb, danj^ter 
Thomas Lambud. 

Thomas, son of Nicolas 
Lambard. 

Hannah, daughter of Tho- 
mas Lambsra. 

John, son of Kieholas Lam- 
bard. 

Bllen, daughter of Thomas 
Lambard. 
March 25. Jane, daughter of Thomas 
Lambara. 

Bhsabeth, daughter of Ni- 
colas Lambard. 

William, son of Thomas 
Lambard. 

Jane, daughter of Thomas 
I'Bmbara, Bsq. 

Katharine, dangfater of 
Thomss Lambsra. 

Elisabeth, daughter of Tho- 
mas Lsmbard. 

Multon, son of Thomas 
Lambard, Bsq. 

Thomas, son of Thomas 
Lambard, Bsq. 



1706. Julys. 



MABSIAOa. 

Thomas Lambard and BHsabeth Oarlaad. 



BUBIAi:.S. 



John, son of William Lsm- 
bard, Bsq. 

Thomas Lsmbard, Esq., 
carried to Oreenwitch. 

Mr. Moulton Lambard, car- 
ried to Oreenwitch. 

William, son of William 
Lsmbard, Bsq. 

William, son of William 
Lambard, Esq. 

Mrs. Oraoe Lambard, 

widow. 
Jane, daughter of Thomss 
Lambard, Bsq. 

Msgdalen, daughter of 
William Lambsrd, Esq. 

Ellen, dauffhter of Thomas 
Lambara, Esq. 

William, son of Thomas 
Lambard, Oent. 



1711. Aug. 4. 

171f. Jan. 16. 

ITlf Feb. 11. 

1734. Oct. 11. 

1788. Dec. 14. 

1734. Dec. 11. 

1745. Deo. 16. 



1745. 

1768. 
1770. 
1778. 
1780. 



Deo. 27. 
Feb. 20. 
Jan. 33. 
Aug. 5. 
Feb. 11. 



William Lambard, Esq.. 
William, son of Thomas 

Lambard, Bsq. 
Jane, dans^ter of Thomas 

Katharine, dsnghter ofTho- 

mas Lambara. 
Mary, daughter of Thomas 

Lambard. 
Madam Mary Lambard, 

wife of Thomas Lambard, 

Esq. 
EUsaoeth Lambard, an in- 

fkat. 
Thomas Lambard, Esq. 
Sir Multon Lsmbard. 
Thomas Lambard, Esq. 
Mrs. &race Lambard. 
Lady Jane Lambard. 



noure, I, the seide Kynge of armes Tnderstondjrnge hys worshipAiIl desyre with his subetaunce, 
haoe acoordynge vnto mj seide auctorite geven snd graunted vnto hvm and to his seide heyris 
for ever more, as it spperith in picture, that is to saye, a berith Sable three Brers syWer on a 
cheTcron Ermyn three merlettvs goules to bane chalynge and eqjov with owte any empechement 
for ever more. In wittenesse whereof, I, the seide Kynge of Armes, hsue sette my seall, and signed 
with myn awne hande. Yoven the fflrst days of the mooeth of Marche, The yere of onre lorde 
a M. coco Izvij. The t^jth yere of the Beigne of core Souerayne Lord Kynge ^ward the fonrthe. 

NoBBBT Rot babmbb sb Nobtm. 



VISITATION OP THE COUNTIT OF KENT. 



£(Iiu<tn, tgi taogfrtn of 3&«&ert Bine, tEmt, anil of 
^atjpittt rojigtc ^isi teifi, teas iisme H)i 18 Qnim&tr 
t55i, mBXtttys ta cBfll. fia^um, Csqufn, tfji 39 Jotic, 1573. 
9ftn t$at marstu to n^llm. Idmbatbe, Ctnt, t(i 28 
iSctob, 1583, anil tiftli t^t 1 £qit. 1587. Uafagng on 
IS&t bj! QBflliant Valsson, Ailimtn a taagjpR, anH 

iHaxintflian a son; anii bp CBflUam lamtiaTlit, 
iKnIton a son, iBaisant a imsfyta, anD (Sorr an)i 
JTant, Btmms anli tinonnn). 

iTon iQa nbcTtntioT ulla tounmi. 



(MuTftl Brua, North W*U, Hailing Church.) 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 57 



HOVITHENTAL nrSCBIFTIONB, LAMBABDB CHANCBL, SBVBKOASS CHX7BCH. 

" Hie ntiiB est Ghilielmus Lambarde Londinensis, in hospitio jure consultorom lin- 
colnienai parednu ; in alma cancellaria magiBter ; ad tempiu ciutofl rotulonun et recor- 
dorum inora Torrim, London., ab aUenationibua (q^uas vocant) auguBtissimaD Anglorum 
r^finiB Elixabeths, cujua aacne memorin et nomini oonaecratum buo sumptu solua, et 
fundavit et annuo reditu dotavit collegium pauperum Ghreenovici in Cantio. Obijt anno 
domini 1001, Augusti 19° die, apud Westeombe, in East Greenwiche. 

Archaiononua, 1668. Justice of the peace, 1681. 

Perambulation of Kent, 1670. Pandecta rotuiorum, 1600. 

Archeion, 1691." 

" Hie etiam situs est Moultonus Lambarde de Westeombe in East Orenwiche, in comi- 
tatu CantisB, eques auratus, fiUus et hssres prasdicti Ghilielmi Lambardi Obijt anno 
domini 1684^ Augusti 7° die apud Westeombe. Hoc M. 8." 



*' Parenti grandsBvo colendisaimo et patri cbarissimo, officii et amoris er^ posuit Tho. 
Lambard, armiger, filius unicus et haeres pnedicti Moultoni i^onbardi SBqmtis auratL" 

" Instaurati funditus vetustA GreenovioeDsi EcclesiA, et exulantibus, qua inibi erant, 
monumentis, Marmor hoc, abavi proavique memorisB sacrum, hue, yeniti in portum, 
e communi naufragio evasit, et oognati cineris libenter se in tutelam tradidit, curante 
Thoma Lambard, armigero, Gulielmi filio, Themis nepote, anno domini mdooxxxiii." 



** Juzta reponuntur ossa Multoni lambardi Equitis, et Bomina JansB uzoria ejus. 
Hie filius natu secundus Ghilielmi Lambard Armigeri et Magdaleme conjugis famiham 
qua ortus est propriis ditavit mentis vitam anno Christi mdclxxyi inchoatam anno 
statis sucB Lxxxii dausit. Ilia Edmundi et Jams Fowler de Ash, villa non procul hino 
sita, progenies unica, Benigna omnibus, suavissime indole et urbanitate egregia predita, 
nata anno salutis mdcxcix usque ad annum mdcclxxx yixit. Carolina Pery saxum hoc 
poni curavit, neptis grata." 



HONUMXirrAL nrSCBIPTIONS FBOH THB LAMBASDB DIABT. 

**Anno DominicsB Inoamationis 1640, viam camis ingressa est Juliana Lambarde 
mater mea.— Sepelitur Londoni, apud fanu' NiohoUu Aeon, eia. hoc posui monumentum, 

Memoriao sacrum charissimas genetrid, Julianas LamoardaB, Joannis Lambardi 

oeleberrinsB hujus civitatis olim civis, Aldermanni, et Vioecomitis regii, ooniuffi, Ghiliel- 
mus et Egidius filij, memoriae ergo posuerunt, fatis concessit, 12o Kal. OctoD. 1640." 

"Anno d'ni 1664 (4 Aug.) mortuus est Joannes Lambard parens. — Sepultuns tra- 
ditus est apud ecdesiam Sancti Mjchaelis in Woodstreet, London, ubi hoc ei monumen- 
tum posit est, — Colendissi'o parenti Joanni Lambardo, oeleberrimaB hujus civitatis 
olim dvi, aldermanno et Viceoomiti Begio, GuiUelmus et Egidius fiUj, memorias ergo 
posuerunt. Obijt 4P August. 1664." 

" Die LunsB, anno poet natu' Seruatore* 1673 (Sept. 21) hor* ij pomeridiana, Jana 
Lambarda, pia et dulcis conjux mea, post^ua' diebus sex, variolis laborarat, efflavit ani- 
mam Ightami Canciae, cui ibidem hoc posm monumentu' marmoreu'." — 

"Eece renio relodter. Jane, wife of Will'm lambard, of Ljnoolnes Inne, gent., and 
daughter of George Multon, of Ighta', es<]ttier, and of Agnes Polhyl his wife, obiit 21 die 
Septembris, 1673, annum egressa a Natali vicessimum, a nuptiis tertium." 

" Hora 6 ante meridiana, anno post natu* Christ' 1687 (Sep. 1) viam camis ingressa 
est piissima conjunx Silvestra Dene, gemellipara; cui (Hallingi Candas) monumentu' 
hoc posui marmoreu'." 

" GtemeUipansB podtu', Sjluester (the daughter of Bob. Dene, gent, and of Margaret 
Whyte his wife) was borne 18 Deoe'b' 1664, maxred to Will'm Dalyson, Esquier, Jun' 
1673. After that marred to Wn Lambard, gent., 28 Octob. 1683 ; and dyed 1 Sept. 1687, 
leaving on lyre by wm Dalyson, Sylvester a daughter, and MuTtTm'Han a son ; had by 
W» I^unbard, Multon a son, Margaret a daughter, and Qore and Fane sonnes and 
heyres. Non Ula reverentior vlla Dwrum. 

** This monument, standing in Hallyng church, in the north arche of the wall that 



58 VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 

divideth the churche and chancel, hath the figure of a woma' in chjldbed, and the figur 
of her aayd fire (six) children.'* 

** Thia inacription in Winchelaea Church, under the eaat window of south isle, on a 
■mall monument a^^ainat wall, with the Gk>dfrj'8 and Lambard's arms : — * Memoris 
sacrum, obdormit hic Margarita filia Gulielmi Lambard, de Westoombe in com. Cantij 
arm. canoeUaris magistri, viri pietate et prudentia spectatissimi, uxor autem Thom» 
GK)dfrej, gen., et hujus villiB jurati, cui Ijiunbardum et Thomam peperit. obijt 29 Jun* 
anno siuutiii 1611, cum Christo in aetemum victura. Conjugi charusim» maritus moea- 
tissimus cum lachrymia posuit.' " 

"M. Caroli Tho. Lambardi, arm. Filioli Septimarij Mens. Jun. CIq.Iq.C.LII. nati 
renati denati. — This inscription on the stone I putt att Westerham Church for my sonn 
Charles." 



WILL OV GILB8 JAXBAXD^ 1681. 

" In the name of God, Amen. This is the last will and testament of me, Giles lam- 
bard. Citizen and Draper of London, made and declared the first of June, 1681, ann* 
ElisabethsB Begine xxiij<*o ffor the better payment of my dett to William Elkm, for 
w'^ sume my cosin Wiclrm standeth bound w*^ me p. obligation, if it happen that I die 
before my said cosine Wickin bee discharged and saved nurmelesse from suche sumes 
of money as he standethe bounde for me, or may hearafter bee bounde for me, Thno, in 
considraacon thearof^ I will that my said Cosine Wicfcen shall have to him and his heirs 
for euer my mansion house yr^ the Tenement thereunto adioyning, scituate in cosine 
lane, neare Thames Streate, in the parishe of greate Alhallowes, in Iiondon, now in the 
oocupaoon of Thomas Russell and his assignee. Item, I give to Margerie Lambard, my 
wyfe, wthout wast doing, for auffmentaoon of her dower during her naturall lyfe my 
mansion house and •tenement«8 a£oyning, scituate in the parishe of S^ Marie Buttolfe, 
neare Candlewick Streate, in London, now in the oocupacon of Anthonie Edrydse and 
Launcelet Bathurst and his assignes. In like manner, that my Tenement in tne pa- 
rishe of St Mildreds, in the Foultrie, in London, now in the oocupaoon of widdoe Siye, 
and late of Giles Jacob, deceased. In like manner I will my Backhouse in the parishe 
of St Laurence Powltney, neare Teames streate, in London, in the occupacon of Kichard 
Baker and his assignes. In like manner, all those my Tenementee in Southwerke, in 
the parishe of St Saviours. To have and to hold all and singular the p'misses during 
the naturall lyfe of the said Margerie my wyfe, without wast doing. Item, I^ve 
ynto my unc i Jhon Home, during his naturall lyfe, sixe pounds je&rly es a KiBnt 
charffe out' o imy Tennys phiye, and the Tenementee scituate in Suffolk lane, in the 
pariuie of litle iiihallowes, in London, the other seaven poundes p'cell of the same Bent 
paiable for the said Tennysplaye and Tenement in the oocupaoon of Webb and Aahebe, 
or their assiffnes, I wUl shalbe for the finding of mj Godson Jasper Nycholson, by the 
disposition of his &ther or mother, during nis mmoritie, and after the decease <nmy 
unue Home, the whole Bent of the Tennysplaye and Ten't I will shalbe to the said 
Jasper Nvcholson and his heires for ever. Item, I will that the children of my cosin, 
Thomas Wyckin,* now livine, as well daughters as sonnes, shalbe coheirs, and have p'te 
and p'telike of all and singular the p'misses appointed for my wyfes dower, to bee divided 
imediatly after my wyfes decease, if in the meane t^-me Gfod sende me no heire of my 
bodie lawfiilly besotten. Item, I require my wyfe and my cosen Thomas Wicken to m 
my executors, and I give to suche of theim and shall take th'execution hearof mv stock 
in the companye of merchants of new trades, and I will my freedome of that felloeship 
to my cosin Thomas Wicken. Written this x^ of June, 1681. 

p. me GILES LAMBABDE. 



WILL or ALICB LAMBABDB, WIDOW, 1664. 

In the name of God, Amen, the xt^ daie of Auguste, in the jrere of or Lorde God 
mv«liiij^ and in the ffirste and seoonde Teres of the Beifne of or Sou'aigne Lorde and 
LadyeFhillipp and Mary, by the erace of Ghod Eynge and quene of EngUnde, ffraunce, 
Naples, Jerusaieiii, and Irelande, defenders of the ffajthe, princes of Spayne and Sycile, 
Arche Dukes of Austriche, Dukes of Millayne and murgundye and Brabaunte, Countee 
of Haspurge, fflaunders, and TirolL I, Alice Lambimie, widow, being sick of bode 
and in good and p'fytt mynde and memory, lawde and prayse be gevyn vnto Almyghtiy 
GK>d, make and ordeyne tnis my p'nt Testament, dedanng therin my laste will, in man' 

* Thomas Wycken, oitisen and Draper of London, had issue by Margaret his wife seren ohil- 
dnn, vis. : Dorothie, Margerie, Barberie, Williani, Giles, Thomas, and EUsabeth. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 59 

and forme fobwine, that u to sale, ffirste, I give and bequeth my soule, etc, and mj 
bodje to be buried w^^in the p*ishe churche of Saynt Mifhell, m Huffgyn Lane, in 
London, as njghe vnto the place where the bodye of my late huabonde, John Lambflurde, 
lyeth buried aa conveniently may be. 

Item, I give and bequeth vnto Boger fflower, Alice fflower, and Margarett fflower, 
children of Aichard fflower and Johan hia late wiffe, my daughter, Thre«x>re poundes, 
that is to saie, to eu'y of theym xxi. 

Item, I give and bequeth to Will'm Lambarde and Giles Lambarde Twenty poundes, 
that is to saie to eyther of theym xi. 

It'm, I give and bequeth to Symon Smythe, haberdasher, xl, and to Margaret Beynes 
his suster zi. It'm, I give and bequeth to Will'm Manton xi, and to Johan Lane his suster 
Xl. It'm, I give and bequeth to Nich'as Eve and Peter Eve fiburtie poundes, that is to 
saie to eyther of theym xxi. It'm, I give and bequeth to Robert Bette, Brewer, xi. 




Bevercotes my goddaughter xls> It'm, I give and bequeth to Alice Onyon my god- 
daughter xla. Item, r give and bequeth to Elisabeth Borowe xV It'm, I give unto 
Alice Scales my goddaughter xls. It'm, I give and bequeth to Olyff Pember ffive poundes. 
Item, I give anabequeUi to Ellyn Wrighte xl*. It'm, I ^ve and bequeth to Margarett 
Bonde, and Margery Bonde, and Elizabeth Bonde, Thirtie poimdes, that is to saie, to 
euery of the^rm xi. It'm, I give and bequeth to A^es Paule xU. 

Itm, I give and bequeth to the poore people mhabitine w^in the p'ishe of Saynt 
Mighhell aforsaid v], to be distributed amongest theym by the discression of myne 
Executor herunder namyd. It'm, I give and bequeth to Charles Bonde vi. It'm, I give 
and bequeth to Bichard fflower the yonger, my godson, xl,. It'm, I give and bequeth 
to the noure children of Bichard Hamonde, the one bein^ my late husbands Godchild, 
and th'other three my godchildren, to eu'y one of theym w, to be deliu'ed to theym as 
shall come to their lainull age or daye of mariage. It'zn, I give and bequeth to the 
p'ishe churche of Saynt Mighell forsaid, my cope, vestement, deacon and subdeaoon, of 
veluett, w^ liberdes heddes, and starres. And wheras I have geven and bequethed 
to Nich'as Eve and Peter Eve xxi a pece of theym, my will and mynde is, that yf the 
said Nich'as and Peter, or eyther of thevm, at this p'nt be deceased, that then his or 
their parte and legam so dfeceased shaloe devided and distributed betwene Symon 
Smythe and Will'm Manton my kynsmen afore namyd by equaU poroons. It'm, I give 
and bequeth to John Pratt, my godson, xl*, the residue of all my goodes, cattails, juells, 
plate, oebtes, and stufTe of hous^olde, whatsoeuer they be by me not ^ven, willed, nor 
oequethed, after my debtes paide, my fiewneralles discharged, and this my p'nt testa- 
ment and lasts will in all thinges p'formyd and fulfillecL I holye give and bequeth 
unto the said Bichard fflower, my son in lawe, whom I make and ordeyne sole Executor 




paynes takyng herin. Ten Poundes. In witnesse wherof, etc. 



WILL OV WILLIAM LAMBABD, 1597. 

(Proved in the Prerogative Court of the Archbishop of Canterbuiy.) 

Vivendo morimur, morte autem vivemua; moriaiur ergo anima mea mortejutiorumy H 
JiatU noviuima mea horum timiUa. 

With the blessed favor of the onelie and one GK>d, the Father, Sonne, and Holie Goste, 
I William Lambard, of Lincolns Inne, one of the Masters of her Majestie's Courte of 
Chauncery, otherwise called of Hailing in Kente, doe this sixteenth day of May One 
thowsand f^e hundreth nynetie seaven, being the nyne and thirtith yeare of the raigne 
of our gratious Queene of England Elizabeth, ana in the threescore and one yeare of 
myne owne age, ordayne and declare this my testament and last will in manner as fol- 
loweth; First I recommend my soule, etc. . . . ; my bodie I yeild to the earthe whereof yt 
is, to be buryed by the diBcretaon of such as shidl take the care thereof, but with this (fe- 
sbre that my fonerall be performed without blackes or feastinge. . . . 

To my welbeloved wife I geve one hundreth poundes in money to be payd with all 
speede after my decease; and to her I geeve my silver white boll that is second in 
weighte, my small silver and guilt salte with the cover, fowre of my silver spoones per- 
oell guylte, my smallest silvor cupp white with the cover, and my stone pot that is lipped 
liddM and footed with silver guilte, etc. . . . 

And yf it shall please God that myne onely daughter Margarett shall at anie tyme 
after ha age of eighteene yeares and before her age of twentye and one yearcs beetowe 



60 VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 

herself in her first marriage with the consente in wrytij^ of myne honorable Ladie the 
Ladie Mary Bergerennye, of mj worshippfull Ladie ue Ladye Christian Leveson, of my 
said ^^ryfe, and of my good frendes whome I odl sisters, Mistris Margeir Windeham, 
and Mistris Audery Multon, ... I will that then my said daughter uiaU have eighte 
hundreth poundes in money to be paid at the day of suche her marriage together with 
my beste bedsteede and furniture thereunto of silke and with two of my best fetherbeddes, 
blanketts, boulsters, and pillowes, and together with my cheste havmg two lockes that 
is covered with greene paynted lether and banded wyth vron, and aU such percells of 
beddinge lynnen and otner aray therein used hj her good mothw my late godlie wyfe 
Silvester aboute her chUdberthe, together allso with her said mother's marryage ringe of 
gould and my leaste guylte silver boule with cover 

Allso I win that aswell my two severall chestes or cabynetes of evidences and wrytinges 
as my sondry presses and chiestes of bookes of learning and of reckninges and aocomptes, 
together with myne instrumentes of leaminge and mapps shall with convenient expidi- 
don after my death be delivered imder lodces into the custodie of the Compame of 
the Drapers m London, to remayne in their hall or howse untill thend of tenne yeares 
next after my death yf the same shall happen aftw the full age of my said sonn Mlulton, 
and of my said two younger sonnes, or otherwise untill the full ago of every of them, and 
that the keyes of the said lockes shall in that meane while remayne in the custodie of 
some one of my said overseers, and at such full a^ to be delyvered together with my 
said chestes cabynetes and presses as folio weth (videlicet), my evidences of landes and 
bookes and papers of rentes reckninges and purchases to such of my said sonnes as then 
shalbe myne heire at the comon lawe, and my said bookes wrytmges instrumentes of 
learning and mapps to such of them as in the judgement of myne overseers then Hvinge 
shalbe uen* be aole to make the beet use of them for his or their leaminge. ... 

Allso I will that my said daughter shall remayne in the goverment of my said wyfe 
untill such her marriaffe or full a^e as is aforesaid, to whome she owethe obedient love 
and honor as being am'eadie bemfited with Uuides in Boughton Mounchelsey to the 
yearely vallew of tenne poundes of her mere guiite. 

And I most hartelye pray my rif hte worshipfiill and loving frendes whome I make 
overseers of this my ust will, Sir John Leveson, knighte, to take the care to educate in 
leming my said sonne Multon with Fraimoes Tresse, master John Tyndall, one of the 
masters in Chauncery, my said Sonne Gk>re, and master G^rge Binge, of Wrotham, my 
said Sonne Fane, as uey have most lovingly graunted me. ... 

Lastly, of this my testament I ordaine my said three sonnes to be executors, willing, 
neverthelesse, that none of them shall meddle with the execution thereof untill the end 
of twelve yeares next after the day of the date of this my presente testament, but hartely 
praying my said overseers and my lovinge bedfellowe in Lincolns Inne, Blaster Hum- 
pherye Windeham, esquier, to be successively one after the death or refusall of the other 
of them, in such order of priori^e as I have hereinbefore recited their names, to take 
the paynes to be overseers of this my testament and last will during the said twelve 
yeares, . . . and to every of my said overseers soe intermedlinge as aforesaid I geve fyve 
poundes in money to malce a cup of silver, and to every other of them not soe inter- 
medlinge I geve one old rose noble of gould. 

And I most humbly pray my most nonorable the Lord Keeper, Sir Thomas Egerton, 
knighte, to afford his concyonable ayde to such as having truste by this my testament 
or by my last will shall ymplore and desyre the same in the behalf of my said wyfe or 
chil^n, to which my favorable Lord I geve in thanckfuUness thre old rose nobles of 

{l^ould and my ringe of gould with a ruble and dyamond therein, which sometymes be- 
onged to the Countesse of Bichmonde and Darbye, mother to Kinge Henry the Sea- 
venth, as I have bysn oredablye informed. And to and for his Lordsmpp I leave uppon 
his bill to be made of the receipte thereof all such bookes, wrytinges, and reckninges as 
belonged to the late master Kaphe Bookeby (Master of the requestes and of Sainte 
Katherins) or to the execution of^ his last will, whereof my said good Lord and I weare 
coexecutors. To the said Sir John Leveson allso I eeve and leave all such wrytinges 
which I have touching the execution of the last wifi of the late righte honorable tne 
Lord Willyam Cobham, Lord Chamberlyne to her Majestic, of which the said Sir John 
and I undertooke the execution. And to my said Ladie Leveson, his bedfellowe, I re- 
commend with most hartie desire the education of my said daughter, yf it shall happen 
my said wyfe to dye before that my said daughter shalbe so marryed or shall aooompiish 
such her faHl age as is aforesaid. 
In wytnes, etc. . . . 
By me the said William Lamberde. 

This is allso the last will of me the said William Lamberde, made and likewise declared 
the day and yeare first above wrytten, contayning the disposicion of my leases, landes, 
tenementes, and hereditamentes, in London and Kente, and the rentes and profittes of 
every of the same. 

• Sic. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 61 

First, I will and geve to my welbelored wyfe Margarett for her habitadon in London 
i^oresaid ao manre of the jeares of mj lease jet to come of and in that m j bowse within 
the gate of the late Augustine Fryers, London, now called the Dutch Churche, as shee 
shall lyre sole and unmanyed. . . . 

Allao I gere to my said wyfe Margarett, duringe all the tearme of her naturall lyfe, 
all that my mannor of Westcombe with the appurtenaunces, and all and every my landes, 
tenementes, rentes, and hereditamentes withm the parishe of Easte Ghreenewich, within 
the said Countye of Kent. ... 

AUso I will and gere to my said sonne Multon and to the heires males of his bodie 
lawfully to be begotten asweU the rerercion of all my said mannors, landes, tenementes, 
rentes, and hereditamentes in Easte Oreenewich uoreeaid, as allso all and every my 
farmes, called Turkes Place aliaa Netters, Bisshopps alias Hollandes, Hailandea, 
Balden and Clarkes lyeing in Cranbrooke, Hawlesherst,* Hedcome, Smarden, Leighe 
next Tunbridee, and in Timbridge in the said County of Eente, or in anie of them, and 
all other my uuides with the appurtenances wheresoever within the last said countye. 
[With remamder to his other children m tail male, and final remainder to his heirs.] . . . 

[A moiety of his messuages in Coeen Lane, Alhallowes Lane, Haywharfe Lane, and 
Suffolk Lane, on certain limitations to his sons Gore and Fane.l As for the firehould 
and fee of the said messuages and premisses in London, I purposelye forbeare to declare 
anie will thereof, bycawse some parte is houlden in socage in cneife, neither would I 
have entayled my said other mannor and landes but onely to prevente the daunger of 
desent by the custome of gavelkynd. 

Allso I hartely pray the Presidente and governors of the Colledge of the poore of 
Queene Elizabetn m East-gpreenewioh, in the said county of Eente, uuit they and their 
successors wilbe pleased to make leases from iyme to tyme to such of my name as shalbe 
from time to time myne heire male at the comon lawe of and in all such the mannor, 
landes, tenementes, and hereditamentes within the said countye of Eente, as by me or 
by my meanes are allreadie assured to them for the good of the said coUedge, and that 
for the now usuall and accustomed rentes (for such was the very meaninge and intention 
of me, and them) bv favor whereof I doe now enjoy the rentes of the sama mannor and 
landes during my lyfe ; and that the said President and governors may be the rather 
moved to do the same I have allready called in and extingmshed one yearelv rent of 
fyve poundes issuing out of their said mannor and landes to my cozen John ^nd and 
to the heires males of his bodye. And I doo, moreover, geve to the said President and 
governors and to their successors all that my tearme ana those my yeares yet to come 
of and in the landes called the Lillye, which doe lye very oomodiously to their farme 
of Beltruie, and is now by me demised therewith, being worth twentye nobles by the 
yeare above the rente pavable therefore. . . . Allso I geve to myne uncle John Home 
yearely during his lyfe tne some of three poundes to be paid out of the said rentes 
and proffittes 

And now, as by the gratious sufferance of God, I have endevored to performe this 
fatherlye office towardes all my said children, leavinge the blessing and suocesse of my 
laboures to the Father of us all, soe doe I earnestly exhorte, and by all fatherly aucthoritie 
comaund, all my sayd children to be reddilye obedient in their educations to such as in 
place of fathers and mothers I have set over them, to which end I will that yf anie two 
of my said overseen shall pronounce and set downe by their deede in wrytinge under their 
handes and secQles in the presence oi three wy tnesses, that mj said sonnes Ck>re and Fane, 
or any of them, are or is disobediente and rebellions to their advise and direction for his 
education at anie tjrme before their ages of twenty and twoo yeares, then every of my said 
twoo sonnes soe pronounced and sett downe shall nrom thenceforthe take no benifitt by this 
my last will or testament, but sbalbe utterlye excluded from all and every gnift and l^ade 
herein. And I likewyse will that yf my said sonne Multon shall at anie tyme before his 
age of fowre and twenty yeares be so pronounced and set downe in wryting as aforesaid, 
then my said sonne Gore shall have during all his lyef one yearely rent of twenty poundes 
in money with power of distresse therefore, to issue out of all and every my said mannor 
and landes m Kent, and my said sonne Fane one other lyke yearely rent of twenty poundes 
with like power of distresse during his lyfe, to vssue out of my said mannor and landes 
with this cautyon neverthelesse, that such of them the said Gore and Fane as shalbe so 
pronounced ana set downe as aforesaid shall not be capable nor in-habled to take or have, 
the said rente or rentes. 

In wytnes, etc. 

By me the said William Lomberd. 

[Acknowledgment Feb. 6, 40 Eliz. (1697) . Publication Feb. 11, 1597. Hatification after 
increasing his daughter's portion from £500 to £800, Ap. 22, 1601.] 

[Codicil, dated May 16, 1597.] 
First, I will and geve to my loving wyfe Margaret thirtie poundes in money for defray- 

* ? Hawkeshent. 



62 VlSITATIf)N OF THE COUMTT OF KENT. 



nudt of bn cluugn antiU that her rentea iIuIIm come doe, the ume orei and kbore that 
after lufit 



id poondn which I have willed unto her, and to be paid within temie dayea next 

I I gere and fOTReve to loha Nicolian and my aaea hii wyh all amiragn of the 
aeaven pounda rente cbanlgti that ahalbe incamd at the tyme irf my death, uid to my 
coiea Ridley the fortie ahiUiDgea which he oweth to me. 

Aod I gere to the Benchen of Lincolna Inne, for daylie line at tlieiTbard,teimepODiidei in 
money to be ymployed in plate by my deare frond Jlaiter John Tyndall, one of them, by 
me the said William Idmberd wrytten then with my owne hacde- 

I do hartely doiire the oieraeen and tutor* of my laat will lo h11 to my wyfe for ^a 
ahillinM in money, and to my dauahler thai perrelli tollowinB; my lilke Krograin gowne 
and velvet cap, my sattin dnblet and hoee laced Ihicke, my doake dnblet andhoae of ta&ta, 
my hoae of paved blaclc velvett, my aleved jeikin and hme of wrought velvet and certen 
partea of bluk aattin cut out hat not aewed together, ^nd likeH-iie to adl lo Mnlton my 
aonne theia percelU foUowina ; a blaclc clothe sowae faced and edged wilh black connye, a 
Turkio grcgram dnblet and ame, a Venetian hoae of bke Rutfe, a canvu dnblet striped, a 
blacli cloth cloeke faced with connye, two black felte battea, the one with a hruche, which 
bntch 1 requior him to geve to hii half brother Maiamillyon Dallyaon euaier. And laitly 
to aell in like lorta to Matter John Tyndall my gonlden tablett enamelled and iiiectaclH 
therein. W. Lamberd. 

[CommiHion of admiiuitTation eranted to 9iT John Leveion, St., m the minority of the 
tMUtor'i three aona, Oct 6, 1601.J* 



> 1-7 ' 

Bcb] and autograph of William Lambaide, author of 



AbiinietofWitlqfloii 
SI, ISSi, and proet, 

of Canterbury. 

or of Hedin^- 

Hii very faithful and tnuty frienda, Jolm Lee Scriiener and John Caltiope Draper, 
to take all the renta of all other hia manora. lands, ptc. for Bvo jean, and to employ the 
aame upon the reparationa and building of hia aaid landa. 

AA«T the expiration of aaid fire yeara, Gileg Lambaide his aon to hare to him and Che 
heira of hia body for ever, all leatalor'i mcasuagea and laada in the pariahea of 8l. Olave 
and St. Saviour, Southwark. co. Surrey, and alu hia bakehoiue in the pariah of St. Law- 

" '----J, and hia "Tennvaplay6"+ in the pariah of All Sainla the Lena, and hia 

a Poultry called tde While H -~ . ~ .. 

and other properly in Ine City of London. 



tenement in the Poultry called the While Hart, in the tenure of Robert Hobbye, Grocer. 



Auniatine fiynde. Citiien and Alderman of London, to be OTereeer, 

To Ilia aona WiUiam and Oilce £1G0 each; and in cue of Ibeii death before lai 
Mge the £300 to be divided amone the children of hia aialer Bond ; and in ease of tl 
decease then to the hospitala in London for the relief of the poor people there. 

A bequeit to the diUdren of hia aialer Ooodriche; also a bequest towards the pay 
of tha "nomende" in the parish of Ledbury, co. Hereford, where he was bom. 

To the Maaler and Wardena of the Drapora' Compuy, for a dinner, £«. 13f. id. 

Reoidue to hia wife, whom he makea eiecutrii.* 



itis London ev altera parts, lesUCnr, qnodW al- 
ii Lambard omnia ilia dno lenementa rt totam 
PlsT risdsm anneist', ex parte occldentali piscie 
nndeU in jurr "■ — '" '■ ^- 



lo rrfiii Briis (H. VIII.) tricMiraoDctsTO. 

Dm) penes J. J. II. 



^}it ^mMxon 



ai 



TAKEN IN THE TEAJt 1619 

JOHN PHILIPOTT, 

^anst gragnn. 



DBPriT AND ASaiBTAMT TO WILLUU CAMDEN, OLARBNCEL'X KISO-OF-ABMS. 




LONDON : 
FEINTED BY J. B. TAYLOB & CO., 

LITTLE qOREN STBBBT, LINCOLN'S IKN riRLDS. 



etiiUti, fal^ Notoi, 



Bt JOSBFH JACKSON HOWABD. LL.D., Fj9jL. 



IB^primied JroM 'ArchuBologia Cantiana,' Vol. VI.] 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



63 



alL 



To all and singaler, as well nobles as gentles, to whom these presentes shall 
oome, William Dethick al's Oarter, principall £ing-of-Arraes of England, and 
Will*m Camden, Esquire, al's Clarencieulx, King-of-Armes of the East, West, and 
South partes of England, from the Byrer of Trent southwarde, send their due 
oommendacons and greeting. Know yee, tliat whereas auntientlj from the begin- 
ninge, in all Cuntiyes and Comon Wealthes well governed, the bearing of certen 

markes or Tokens in shields, commonly 
called armes, have ben, and are most ac- 
costomablj vsed bv persons ever of the 
best qualhto and calling, and well de- 
serring the same, either for their prowis 
and Ffdior in tyme of warre, or for their 
Terteous endevours in Civill govern- 
ment in tymes of peace. 

Emongst the which number for tliat 
we fynde John Hall, thelder, now of 
Wilsborough, in the County of Kent, 
gent., and that his Auncestors of his 
name and kindred have borne and bene 
invested with Coate of Armes according 
to their Degrees and Worthynes. We 
have thought good, as well at the emest 
request of the said John Hall as also of 
Edward Hall, of Ashford, gent., his 
kynsman, to whom he is allied, and for 
a more perfect and perpetuall remem- 
brance therof, to confirme, blaze, and 
exemplify vnto him and his posterity 
for ever the said Coate of Armes and 
Creast of his kyndred, with such con- 
venient difference in cullor as he maye 
lawfully vse and beare without preiu- 
dice to other of that name and &mily. 
That is to say, Gules, three poUaxes in 
pale or, and for his Creast, on a wreath 
of his cullors a horshead coupe sables 
armed with Shafferon, and brydeled 
argent, purfled or plumed gould and 
goules, with mantles, according as in the 
margent are depicted. 
All which Armes, Creast, or Cognizance, we, the said Garter and Clarentieuz, 
Kinges of Armes, by the authority of our oiRces, do by theise p'ntes ratefy, allowe, 
and confirme to the said John HaU and his posterity, to vse, beare, and shew 
forth, in all lawfull and warlike manner or civill vse and exercise, such as by the 
Lawes of Armes and Customes of Cuntryes to gent* apperteyneth. 

In witnesse wherof, we, the said Garter and Clarenceux, haue herevnto put our 
hands and seales of office. Dated in the office of Armes, the seven and twentith 
day of June, in the one and fortith yeare of the Baigne of our Sou'aigne Lady 
Elizabeth, etc., anno d'ni 1599. 

W* DETHICK, Garter, 

Principall King-of-Armes. 

WM CAMDEN, Clat^, 




" Edw: Hall, of Kennineton, in the Countie of Kent, bare azur* 3 poleaxes gould* con- 
trary collours to this Hall, and yt was geven by Clar: Cooke, 1682. The Creast in all 
poyntes lyke to this, but the 2 fethers or and azur.'* 

E 



64 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTT OF KENT. 



pall. 



Johannes Hall. 

Obijt 1526. 
[SepultuB apud 
WiUaboroagh.] 



I 



Johanna. 
Obijt 1528. 



Willielmus Hall, == 
de Willesborough. 



Johannes Hall, de Wilsborough = 
in oom. Kant, gener. Obijt 1605. 
[Sepultus apud Willesborough.] 



Johanna, filia Johannis 
Knell, de Apledore, generosi. 
[Obijt 1580. Addit. MSS. 5507.] 



I 
2 Johannes Hall, - 

de Wilsborough, 

fiHus2^". [Will 

1634. Addit. 

MS. 6507.] 



Gratia, 
filid 
Boberti 
Master. 



I 
1 WilliehnuB 

Hall, de 

Kennington, 

miles. 



Margareta, 
fil. Anthoij 
Nevill, de 
Mottersey, 
in com. Nottingh. 



I 

Elis. nupta 

Michaeli 

Master. 



I 1,1 

Bobert William. Margaret. Ursula. 



Edward. Henry. Elis. 



Joane. 



I 
INeyill 2 Johes 

H^l. HalL 

JEt 12. — 

3 Will'mus 

Hall. 



I I I . 

4 Jacobus Elisab. Francuca 

HalL — — 

— Mai^gareta. Debora. 

6 Symon — — 

Hall. Buth. Bngida. 



"On a Brass Plate in the South Isle [of Willesborough Church], under the Figure 
of a Woman, On a Flat Stone near the Door : — * Of yo' Cheryte p'y for the Soulle of 
Johne HauUc, the Wodowe of John Halle, who deceasid y* iiii Daye of July, in y Yere 
of Our Lord God M.yo. xxviij.' " (Faussett MS. 1768.) 

Inscription on a brass in Willesborough Church : — 

** In obitvm Joannis Hall generosi et Joaanse Hall vxoris eius qvonrm prime obijt 
hsBc 90 die Maij anno salvtis 1580. deinde ille 7^ ice Octobris 1005 cvm nonagesirnvm 
circiter ageret annvm. 



<( 



Hoc trmvlo gelido reqviescynt corpora bina, 

Vnym qvss fverant per sacra vincla dei 
Ferme nomen et ynvm Joannes ac Joanna 

Hall qyos seivnxit mors trvcvlenter semel 
Mitior aat solito nync hos conivuzit in vnym 

Et dedit his rvrsvs compare sorte frvi 
Omnibvg hsec eadem lex est moriemvr & omnes 

Omnibvs et letho dabitvr esse pares 
Qvi leens hs»; ivYenis, yites memor esto fvtvnB 

Qyi legis ista senex nil meditare privs.' 



It 



The inscription is surmounted by the arms of the Hall family, vix. Three pole-axes in 
pale. Crest : a horse's head in armour, bridled and armed, on the head two feathers. 



VISITATION OF THE CX)UNTY OF KENT. 



65 



BXTSA0T8 FBOIC WILLE8B0B0TT0H BEGI8TEB8. 



Oct. 31, 


1&88. 


J«l7 7. 


IMO. 


J«n. 17. 


1541. 


April 7, 


1544. 


July 2«, 


1544. 


AttfT. 30, 


1546. 


Nov. 26, 


1540. 


Jan. 1, 


1547. 


Oct. 14, 


1548. 


Not. 8, 


1549. 


Not. 28. 


1549. 


Feb. 21, 


1549. 


Sept. 24, 


1550. 


Jftn. 24, 


1560. 


Feb. 2&, 


1551. 


Kov. 26, 


1551. 



Jan. 29, 
Sept 6, 
Septa, 

Oct. 19, 
Oct. 7. 
Dec. 9, 
Jan. 27, 
July 7, 

Feb. 20, 
Mar. 1, 
Sept. 13, 

Feb. 22, 

Mar. 6, 

June 4, 

July 21, 



1652. 

1562. 

1552. 
1553. 
1563. 

1553. 
1555. 
1555. 
1556. 
1567. 

1657. 
1561. 
1562. 

1563. 

1564. 

1664. 

1566. 



June 26, 1543. 
June 10, 1566. 



Barbara Hall. 

MarrHaU. 

Bepnald HalL 

Wmiam Hall. 

BobeH Hall. 

Thomas Hall. 

Elisabeth Hall. 

Agnes Hall. 

John, son of William Hal'. 

Joane, daughter of William 

Hall. 
John, son of Bichard Hall. 
William, son of Thomas HaU. 
Agnes, daughter of Richard 

William, son of William Hall. 
Farth. daughter of Thomas 

Ursula, daughter of Richard 

Hall. 
John, son of Ursnla and Wil- 
liam Hall. 
Thomas, son of Ursula and 

William Hall. 
Steven, son of Richard HaU. 
Edward, son of Bichard Hall. 
Mary, daughter of William 

Hall. 
Robert, son of Wilfiam HaU. 
Richard HaU. 
Richard HaU. 
Joane HaU. 
Joane, daughter of Richard 

Hall. 
Robert HaU. 
Susan HaU. 
Jane, daughter of Richard 

HaU. 
Sara, daughter of WiUiam 

HaU. 
Fayth, daughter of Richard 

HaU. 
Farth, daughter of Richard 

Joane, daughter of WiUiam 
HaU. 

MABKIAOBS 



BAFTIBlfB. 

June 22. 1567. 
Oct. 7, 1673. 



Robert, son of Richard HaU. 
WiUiam Hall, son of John 

HaU. 
Not. 12, 1673. Blisabeth, daughter of John 

HaU. 
Mar . 13, 1574. Richard, son of John HaU the 

younger. 
Joane, daughter of younger 

John. 
John, son of John HaU. 
Ursula, daughter of John 

Hall. 
Francis, son of John Hall the 

elder. 
Farth, daughter of John HaU. 



Feb. 26, 1676. 

April 25, 1577. 
Not. 10, 1678. 

May 8, 1680. 



Aug. 28, 1580. 
July 8, 1682. 



Mar. 3. 
Mar. 19, 



1684. 
1581. 



Jan. 29, 1686. 



Mar. 16, 
Oct 3. 
Jan. 24, 
Feb. 19, 
Feb. 4, 
July 24, 
Mar. 19, 
Not. 19, 



1588. 
1693. 
1592. 
1592. 
1592. 
1594. 
1597. 
1596. 



Jan. 4, 
Jan. 9, 



1598. 
1602. 



Jonn, son of John HaU the 

younger. 
Robert, son of Oregorr HaU. 
Elisabeth, daughter of John 

HaU. 
Susan, daughter of Robert 

Hall. 
John HaU. 
Ursula ETaU. 
Jane Hall. 
John HaU. 
Thomas HaU. 
EUsabeth HaU. 
Robert HaU. 
John, son of John HaU the 

younger. 



BdwarcL son ot Richard HaU. 
Bdmond, son of John Hall. 
Aug. 12, 1604. Margaret, daughter of John 

HaU. 
Joane, dauiditer of Gregory 

Hall. 
WiUiam HaU, the son of John 

HaU. 
Ursula HaU, daughter of John 

Hall. 
Francis, son of John Hall. 
Elisabeth HaU, daughter of 

John HaU. 
Edward Hall, son of John 

HaU. 



Sept 9, 
Mar. 2, 
Not. 6, 



1604. 
1606. 
1607. 



Aug. 16, 1613. 
Sept. 24, 1615. 

Jan. 17, 1618. 



Thomas 
wife. 



HaU and Annie his 



Cushman and Agnes 



Sept 20, 1670. 
Oct. 28, 1582. 



HaU, widow. 
John Hall and Joane Bell. 
Robert Ha'l and Elisabeth 

Forster. 
Sept. 80, 1696. WUliam ShnmaU and Martha 

HaU. 

BUBIALS. 



Oct. 4, 1696. 



Michael Masters and Elisa- 
beth HaU. 
July 10, 1598. John Hall and Rose Masters. 
May 19, 1606. Richard Lacy and Margareta 

HaU. 
WilUam HaU and Ursula Master were married 
the SOth January, 1617. 



Feb. 26, 1540. 
Not. 26, 1541. 
Oct. 26, 1648. 



Not. 
Oct. 



Oct. 26, 
Sept. 18, 
Jan. 4, 
Feb. 17, 
Feb. 7, 
April 12, 
July IS, 
March 9, 
Jan. 14, 
May 6. 
Feb. 30, 



1652. 
1652. 

1556. 

1559. 
1560. 
1563. 
1562. 
1563. 
1664. 
1564. 
1565. 
1572. 
1674. 
1577. 



John HaU. 

Robert Hall. 

Jane HaU, daughter of WU- 
Uam Hall. 

Ursula HaU. 

Thomas HaU, son of WiUiam 
HaU. 

Richard HaU, sonne of Ri- 
chard HaU. 

Anne HaU. 

John Hall. 

JoMie HaU. 

Steveu HaU. 

Richard HaU. 

Joane Hall. 

WiUiam Hall. 

Robert Hall. 

Oeorge HaU. 

WiUiam Hall. 

Oeorge HaU. 



May 7, 1 580. Joane, daughter of John Hall. 

Jan. 26, 1581. Joane HaU. 

MaylU, 1583. Samuel HaU. 

April 12, 1584. John HaU, son of John HaU. 

April 34, 1584. Ursula Hall. 

May 24, 1584. Margaret HaU. 

June 80, 1584. Adryan HaU. 

June IS, 1584. Edward HaU. 

Aug. 13, 1586. Francis HaU. 

Jan. 30, 1587. Catherine HaU. 

Dec. 7, 1593. Jane HaU. 

Feb. 33, 1592. John HaU, junior. 

Oct. 27, 1595. Elisabeth Hall. 

Jan. 18, 1599. Mary, daughter of Robert 

HaU. 

Dec. 20, 1611. Jane HaU. 

Robert Hall, of Mersham, was buried the 11th 

of Dec. 1614. 

Catherine HaU, widow, was buried 30 Sept. 

1618. 

E 2 



64 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



Pall. 



Johannes Hall. 

Obiit 1526. 
[SepultuB apud 
WiUeftboTOugh.] 



I 



Johanna. 
Obijt 1528. 



WiUielmus Hall, == 
de Willesborough. 



Johannes Hall, de Wilsborough = 
in com. Kant, gener. Obijt 1605. 
[SepultuB apud Willesborough.] 



Johanna, filia Johannis 
Knell, de Apledore, generosi. 
[Obijt 1580. Addit. MSS. 5507.] 



2 Johannes Hall, 
de Wilsborough, 
filius2'>". [WiU 
1634. Addit. 
MS. 5507.] 



Gratia, 
filid 
Boberti 
Master. 



I 
1 Williehnus 

Hall,de 

Kennington, 

miles. 



Margajneta, 
fil. Antho\j 
Nevill, de 
Mottersey, 
in com. Nottingh. 



I 

Elis. nupta 

Michaeh 

Master. 



Bobert. William. Margaret. Ursula. 



Edward. Henry. Elis. 



Joane. 



I 
INeTUl 2Johe8 

Hall. HalL 

JEt 12. — 

3 Will'mus 

Hall. 



I I 

4 Jacobus Elisab. Francisca 

HalL — — 

— Mai*gareta. Debora. 

6 Symon — — 

Hall. Buth. Bngida. 



" On a Brass Plate in the South Isle [of Willesborouffh Church], under the Figure 
of a Woman, On a Flat Stone near the JDoor : — *0f yo Cheryte p*y for the Soime of 
Johne Haulle, the Wodowe of John Halle, who deoeasid y* iiii Daye of July, in y« Yere 
of Our Lord Ood M.yo. zxviij.' " (Faussett MS. 1758.) 

Inscription on a brass in Willesborough Church : — 

" In obitvm Joannis Hall generosi et Joanna Hall vxoris eius qrorvm prime obijt 
hsBc 90 die Maij anno salvtis 1580. deinde ille 7® d'e Octobris 1605 crm nonagesimTm 
circiter ageret annvm. 



<« 



Hoc tvmvlo gelido reqviescmt corpora bina, 

VuTm qv8B fverant per sacra vincla dei 
Ferme nomen et ynvm Joannes ac Joanna 

Hall qvoB seiynxit mors trvcrlenter semel 
Mitior ast solito nmc hos coniynxit in Tnvm 

£t dedit his rvrsTs compare sorte firvi 
Omnibvs hsBC eadem lex est moriernvr & omnes 

OranibTs et letho dabitvr esse pares 
Qyi legis hsec ivrenis, vite memor esto fTtvrsB 

QTilegis ista senex nil meditare privs.' 



»» 



The inscription is surmounted by the arms of the Hall family, viz. Three pole-axes in 
pale. Crest : a horse's head in armour, bridled and armed, on the head two feathers. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



65 



BXTBA0T8 FBOIC WILLE8B0B0UGH BEGIBTEBS. 



Oct. 31, 

JuljT, 
Jan. 17, 
April 7, 
July 26. 
Aug. 30, 
Not. 26. 
Jan. 1, 
Oct. 14, 
Not. 3, 



1S88. 
IMO. 
1541. 
1544. 
1544. 
1546. 
1346. 
1547. 
1548. 
1549. 



BAVTIBlfS. 

June S3, 1567. 
Oct. 7, 1673. 



Not. 28. 1549. 
Feb. 21, 1549. 
Sept. 24, 1550. 

Jftn. 24, 1660. 
Feb. 85, 1551. 

Not. 86, 1661. 

1552. 



Jm. 29, 
Sept 6, 
Sept 6, 

Oct. 19, 
Oct. 7. 
Deo. 9, 
Jul. 27, 
July 7, 

Feb. 20, 
Mmt. 1, 
Sept. 13, 

Feb. 22, 

Mar. 6, 

June 4, 
July 81, 



1562. 

1562. 
1553. 
1563. 

1553. 
1555. 
1555. 
1555. 
1567. 

1667. 
1561. 
1562. 

1563. 

1664. 

1664. 

1566. 



Barbara Hall. 

MaryHaU. 

Bepnald HaU. 

Wmiam Hall. 

Bobert HaU. 

Thomas HaU. 

Elisabeth HaU. 

Agnea HaU. 

John, son ofWUliam Hal<. 

Joane, daughter of WiUiam 

HaU. 
John, son of Bichard HaU. 
WUUam, son of Thomas HaU. 
Agnes, daughter of Bichard 

HaU. 
WiUiam. son of WiUiam HaU. 
Fayth. daughter of Thomas 

Ursula, daughter of Bichard 

HaU. 
John, son of Ursula and WU- 

liam HaU. 
Thomas, son of Ursula and 

WUliamHaU. 
SteTen, son of Bichard HaU. 
EdTrard, son of Bichard HaU. 
Mary, daughter of WiUiam 

HaU. 
Bobert, son of WiUiam HaU. 
Bichard HaU. 
Bichard HaU. 
Joane HaU. 
Joane, daughter of Bichard 

Hall. ^ 
Bobert HaU. 
Susan HaU. 
Jane, daughter of Bichard 

HaU. 
Sara, daughter of WiUiam 

HaU. 
FaTth, daughter of Bichard 

fialf. ^ 
Fayth, daughter of Bichard 

HaU. 
Joane, daughter of WiUiam 

HaU. 

MABKIAOBB. 



May 8, 1680. 



Aug. 28, 
July 8, 

Mar. 8. 
Mar. 19, 



1680. 
1582. 

1584. 
15frl. 



Jan. 89, 1586. 



Bobert, son of Bichard HaU. 
WiUiam HaU, son ot John 

HaU. 
Not. is, 1673. Elisabeth, daughter of John 

HaU. 
Mar . IS, 1 574. Bichard, son of John HaU the 

younger. 
Feb. 25, 1676. Joane, daughter of younger 

John. 
April 25, 1577. John, son of John HaU. 
Not. 10, 1578. Ursula, daughter of John 

Hall. 
Francis, son of John HaU the 

elder. 
Fayth, daughter of John HaU. 
John, son of John HaU the 

younger. 
Bobert, son of Oregorr HaU. 
Elisabeth, daughter of John 

HaU. 
Susan, daughter of Bobert 

HaU. 
John HaU. 
Ursula tTaU. 
Jane Hall. 
John HaU. 
Thomas HaU. 
BUsabeth HaU. 
Bobert HaU. 
John, son of John HaU the 

younger. 
EdwarcU son of Bichard HaU. 
Edmond, son of John HaU. 
Aug. 18, 1604. Margaret, daughter ot John 

Hall. 
Joane, daughter of Gregory 

HaU. 
William HaU, the son of John 

HaU. 
Ursula HaU, daughter of John 

Hall. 
Francis, son of John HaU. 
Elisabeth HaU, daughter of 

John HaU. 
Edward HaU, son of John 

HaU. 



Mar. 16, 
Oct 3, 
Jan. 24, 
Feb. 19, 
Feb. 4, 
July 84, 
Mar. 19, 
Not. 19, 

Jan. 4, 
Jan. 9, 



Sept 9, 
Mar. 2, 
Not. 6, 



1588. 
1592. 
1592. 
1592. 
1692. 
1594. 
1597. 
1598. 

1598. 
1602. 



1004. 
1606. 
1607. 



Aug. 16, 1613. 
Sept. 24, 1615. 

Jan. 17, 1618. 



June 26, 1543. 
June 10, 1566. 



Thomas HaU 

wife. 
Cuflhman 



and Annie his 
and Agnes 



Sept 80, 1570. 
Oct. 28, 1582. 



HaU, widow. 
John Hall and Joane Bell. 
Bobert Ha'l and Elisabeth 

Forster. 
Sept. 80, 1696. WiUiam ShumaU and Martha 

HaU. 

BUBIALB. 



Oct. 4, 1696. 



Michael Masters and Elisa- 
beth HaU. 
July 10, 1598. John Hall and Bose Masters. 
May 19, 1606. Bichard Lacy and Margareta 

HaU. 
WiUiam HaU and Ursula Master were married 
the 20tli January, 1617. 



Feb. 26, 1640. 
Not. 86, 1541. 
Oct. 86, 1648. 



Not. 
Oct. 



Oct. 86, 
Sept. 18, 
Jan. 4, 
Feb. 17, 
Feb. 7, 
April 12, 
July 18, 
March 9, 
Jan. 14, 
May 5, 
Feb. 80, 



1662. 
1652. 

1656. 

1659. 
1560. 
1562. 
1562. 
1563. 
1564. 
1564. 
1565. 
1672. 
1574. 
1677. 



John HaU. 

Bobert HaU. 

Jane HaU, dau^ter of WU. 
Uam Hall. 

UrsuU HsU. 

Thomas HaU, son of WiUiam 
HaU. 

Bichard HaU, sonne of Bi- 
chard HaU. 

Anne HaU. 

John Hall. 

Joane HaU. 

BtcTcu HaU. 

Bichard HaU. 

Joane HaU. 

WUliam Hall. 

Bobert HaU. 

Oeorge HaU. 

WiUiam Hall. 

Oeorge HaU. 



May 7, 1580. 

Jan. 26, 1581. 

May 10, 1582. 

April 12, 1581. 

April 24, 1584. 

May 24, 1581. 

June 80, 1584. 

June 13. 1584. 

Aug. 13, 1386. 

Jan. 30, 1587. 

Dec. 7, 1592. 

Feb. 23, 1692. 

Oct. 27, 1595. 

Jan. 18, 1599. 



Joane, daughter of John HaU. 

Joane HaU. 

Samuel HaU. 

John HaU, son of John HaU. 

Ursula Hall. 

Margaret HaU. 

Adryan HaU. 

Edward HaU. 

Francis HaU. 

Catherine HaU. 

Jane Hall. 

John HaU, junior. 

Elisabeth HaU. 



Mary, daughter of Bobert 
HaU. 

Dec. 20, 1611. Jane Hall. 
Bobert HaU, of Mersham, was buried the 11th 

of Dec. 1614. 
Catherine HaU, widow, was buried 30 Sept. 
1618. 



E 2 



68 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT'. 



FROM BOBDEN BEGIBTfiB. 



BAPTZBXB. 



1604. On the 8th of Jolye, Anne Tonge, dftugh* 
ter of Richftrd Tonge. 

1606. On the llth of August, Susan Tong, 

daughter of William Tonge. 

1607. On the Srd of August, Sjmon Tonge, 

Sonne of William Tonge. 
1607. On the 6th of December, Sara Tonge, 

daughter of Richitrd Tonge. 
1610. On the 9th of September, William, 

Sonne of William Tonge. 

1610. On the 34 of Febmarr, Mary Tonge, 

daughter of Riohard Tonge. 

1611. On the 20 of February, James, sonne of 

William Tonge. 
1614. On the 16 of Januarr, Richard, sonne of 

William Tonge. 
1614. On the 6 of March, Francis, sonne of 

Richard Tonge. 
1614. On the I of March, Martha, daughter 

of William Tonge. 
1636. On the 8 of January, Gibbon, sonne of 

William and Alice Tong. 
1687. On the 10 of Januuy, Mary, daughter 

of William and Alice Tong. 
1666. On the 22 of July, Symon, sonne of The* 

and Slizabeth Tonge. 



1667. 
1667. 
1670. 
1671. 
1674. 
1676. 
1675. 
1676. 
1683. 
1684. 
1686. 
1690. 
1692. 



On the 1 of November, Thomas, sonne 
of James and Sara Tonge. 

On the 19of Januarr, EUsaheth, daugb* 
ter of Thomas ana Elisabeth Tonge. 

On the 13 of Aueust, William, sonne of 
Thomas and Eusabeth Tonge. 

On the 8 of Deo., Elisabeth, daughter 
of Thomas and Elisabeth Tonge. 

On the 26 of July, Mary, daughter of 
Thomas and Eluabeth Tonge. 

On the 21 of January, Elisabeth, daugh- 
ter of Thomas and Elizabeth Tonge. 

On the 11 of February, James, sonne of 
James and Elisabeth Tonge. 

On the 24 of March, John, son of Tho- 
mas and Elisabeth Tonge. 

On the 26 of March, James, son of Tho- 
mas and Elisabeth Tonge. 

On the 18 of August. Anne, daughter of 
Thomas and Elisabeth Tonge. 

On the 36 of Aprill, Thomas, sonne of 
Thomas and klisabeth Tonge. 

On the 13 of Aprill, Easabeth, daughter 
of Thos. and Elis. Tong. 

On the 25 of Aug., Martha, daughter of 
Thos. and Margaret Tonge. 



BUBIAL8. 



1606. On the 6 of January, Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of WilUam Tong. 

1633. On the 1 8 of March, Mary, the daughter 
of William Tong. 

16M. On the 23 of December, William, the 
sonne of William and Alice Tong. 

1637. On the 26 of March, Oibbon, sonne of 
William Tonge. 

1663. On the 1 of May, Mr. William Tonge. 

1660. On the 7 of JaLuary, Willyam Tonge, 
son of Symon Tonge. 

1666. On the 23 of January, Alice, daughter 
of Thomas Tonge. 

1666. On the 4 of December, Thonuu, son of 
James and Sara Tonge. 

1670 Symon, the son of Thomas and 

Elizabeth Tonge. 

1671. On the 16 of January, Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter of Thomas and Elizabeth Tonge. 

1671. On the 33 of Januair, Symon, sonne of 
Thomas and Elizabeth Tonge. 

1671. On the 24 of September, Wuliam, son 
of Thomas and Elizabeth Tonge. 



1673. 
1673. 
1676. 
1676. 
1678. 
1678. 
1678. 
1678. 
1678. 
1680. 
1686. 
1688. 



On the 29 of July, William, son of James 
Tonge. 

On the 18 of Jnlr, Sara, wife of James 
Tonge (Houseaeeper). 

On the 34of Janusrr, Elisabeth, daugh- 
ter of Thoa and Elizabeth Tonge. 

On the 28 of January, Symon, son of 
Thomas and Elizabeth Tonge. 

On the 11 of May, ElizabeUi, wife of 
Thomas Tonge. 

On the 27 of May, Elizabeth, daughter 
of James Tonge. 

On the 19 of February, John, son of 
Thomas Tonge. 

On the 2 of October, Thomas, son of 
Thomas Tonge. 

On the 8 of October, Mary, daughter of 
Edward Tonge. 

On the 3 of October, John, son of Tho- 
mas Tonge. 

On the 12 of November, Thos. Tonge 
(gent^ aged 91. 

On the 29 of March, Margaret, daugh- 
ter of Thoa Tonge. 



On a small stone in the south aisle of Borden Church is the foUowiog inscription : 

Edward Tonge, of this parish, malster, died April ye 17^ 1727, aged 42. 
Matthew, son of Ed. Tonge, died June 1741, aged 49* 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



69 



JunM, Boa of Wm. Tonge, b«pt. Nor. 26, 87 

Heo. 8. 
John, son of Wm. Tonge, bapt. Ap. 6, 2 Ed. 6. 
Wm., ion of Wm. Tonge, b«pt. July 3, 3 Ed. 6. 
Mait, dm. of Wm. Tonge, bftpt. ivUroh 16, 6 

Anne, d*. of Wm. Touge, bwpt. Deo. 26, 6 Bd. 6. 
oane, da. of Wm. Tonge, bapt. Aug. 3, 1666. 
FranoiB, son of Wm. Tonge, bapt. Sept. 16, 
1566. 



BZTBA0T8 FBOM BBBDGAB KBGIBTBB. 

1695. 



Thomas, eon of Wm. TonM, bapfc. Jan. 20, 1668. 

of By 
Aug. 23. 



1661. Francis, son of aymon Tonge, b^t. 



Jeames, son of Symon Tonge, bur. 

March 28. 
1682. Agnes, da. of Symon Tonge, bapt. Jan. 6. 
1684. Bobert, ton of Symon Tonge, bapt. 

Jane 11 . 
1686. Willyam, son of Symon Tonge, bapt. 

Jan. IS. 
1667. James, son of Symon Tonge, bapt. 

Sept. 3. 
1669. Bymon,son of Symon Tonge, bapt. Ap. 8. 
1570. Bobert Tonge k Anne Lake, mar. July 

10. 
1671. Anne, da. of John Tonge, bapt. Deo. S3. 
1673. Nicholas, son of Symon Tonge, bapt. 

Oct. 4. 
1676. Wm., son of John Tonge, bapt. Mar. 10. 
1679. Anne, da. of Jeames Tonge, gent., bapt. 

July 16. 

1681. Ebsabthe, da. of Jeames Tonge, gent., 

bapt. Oct. b. 

1682. Elisabthe, da. of John Tonge, gent., 

bapt. Dec. 28. 

1683. Jeane, da. of Jeames Tonge, gent., bapt. 

Dec. 28. 
1686. Wm., son of Jeames Tonge, gent., bapt. 

Jan. 6. 
1688. Jeames, son of Jeames Tonge, gent., 

bap. Jan. 26. 

1688. Jeames, son of John Tonge, gent., bapt. 

Nov. 2. 

1689. Anne, da. of Bobt. Tonge, bapt. the 

same day. 

1690. Michael, son of Jeames Tonge, bapt. 

Not. 28. 
1692. Ales, da. of Bobert Tonge, bapt. May 

1692. Bobt., son of Symon Tonge, bur. Jan. 
21. 



Alice, da. of Wm. Tonge, bapt. March 
28. 

1800. Wm* son of Wm. Tonge, bapt. May 2. 
Katherine, wife of Wm. Tonge, bur. 

May 19. 
Elisabeth, da. of Mr. John Tonge, bur. 
Aug. 16. 
1804. Anne, da. of Wm. Tonge, bapt. Sept. 

23. 
1613. Simon Tonge, householder, bur. Not. 

12. 
1617. John Tonge, gent., bur. Sept. 10.* 

Dorotie, da. of Wm. Tonge, gent., bap. 
Feb. 17. 
1820. Dorotie, da. of Wm. Tonge, gent., bur. 
Aug. 22. 

1623. Alice, da. of Wm. Tonge, gent., bapt. 

Oct. 6. 

1624. Wm. Tonce, gent., bur. Not. 2. 
Charitie, da of Wm. Tonge, gent., bur. 

Not. 18. 
1624. Eatheren, da. of Wm. Tonge, bur. 

Jan. 3. 
1626. James, son of James Tonge, gent., bapt. 

Jan. 31. 
1628. Elisabeth, da. of James Tonge, gent., 

bapt. Aug. 17. 

1637. FhiUu Tonge, wid., bur. March 1. 

1638. James, son of Wm. Tonge, decessyd, 

bur. Sept. 6. 
1839. Wm. son of Simon Tonge ft Francis his 
wife, bapt. June 24. 

1642. Alice, da. of Simon 'I'onge by Francu 

his wife, bapt. March 27. 

1643. Alice, da. of Simon Tonge ft Francis 

his wife, bur. July 8. 
1646. Simon, son of Simon Tonge and Francis 

his wife, bapt. Feb. 2. 
1648. Dorothie, da. of Simon Tonge ft Francis 

his wife, bur. Ap. 8. 
1661. Dorothie, da. of Simon Tonge ft Francis 

his wife, bapt. .... 
Marie, da. of James Ton^, gent., the 

eonnger, and Elenor ms wife, bi^t. 
)ct. 3. 
1868. James Tonsa. the elder, gent., house- 
holder, bur. A ^. 8. 
1684. Joane, widdow ot James Tonge, gent., 

bur. Aug. 25. 
1678. Mar}% da. of James Tonce, gentleman. 



qu 



ft Una his wife, bapt. May 27. 

* Buried in chancel, with this inscription : — " Hie jacet Johannes Tonge, de Bazton, generosns, 
li obiit 7 die Septembris an'o. Dni. 1617." 



FBOM TT7K8TALL BBOISTSB. 



1 541 . Bobert Tong, uat. et bapt. 26 Sept. 
1559. Mary Tong, nat. et bapt. 3 April. 
1561. Isaac Tong, bapt. 13 Dec. Sep. 7 Feb. 
1662. Elis. Tong, nat. 22 Junii, bapt. 28 Junij. 
1584. Bich. Tone, nat. 25 Maij, bpt. 28 Maa^. 
1665. Dorothy Tong, nat. 8 Mar., bapt. 10 

Mar. 
1569. Nich. Tons, nat. et bapt. 28 Sept. 
1573. Bus., fil. Yms Tong, bapt. 30 Sept. 
1575. Jno., ffl. Simon Tong, bapt. 2 Feb. 
1590. Elis., fil. Wroi. Tong, nat. 10 April, 

zten'd 12 Apr. 

1801. Tho., fll. of Mr. James Tong, oapt. 2 . 

June. 

1802. Jno., fil. Nich. Tong, bapt. 28 Sept. 



BAVTMMS. 

1622. 



1663. 
1856. 
1667. 
1659. 
1661. 
1887. 
1870. 



James, fil. Wmi. Tonge, bapt. 24 Jun., 

sepult. 25. 
James, fil. Jam. Tong ft Helen nzoris 

cgus bapt. 3 Not. 
John, fil. Jam. Tong ft Helc., bapt. 8 

Jan. 
Edward, fll. Jam. Tong et Helena, 

bapt. 22 Dec. 
Elis., fil. Jam. Tong ft Helena, brat. 

22 Dec. ^^ 

Bobert, fil. James Tong, bapt. 12 Sept., 

Sep. 10 Oct. 
Bymon, fll. Husdem, nat. 13, b^t. 17 

Apr., Sep. SO. 
Henry, fll. ejuadem, bapt. 16 Dee. 



70 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



1704. 

1704. 

1708. 
1711. 

1716. 

1656. 

1560. 

1668. 

1677. 

1578. 
1683. 
1688. 

1561. 
1666. 



1557. 
1683. 
1693. 
1696. 
1605. 
1608. 



Anne, da. of Bob. ft Elii. Tong, bspt. 1730. 

15 Jul. 
John Grove, ill. Bob. ft Elix. Tong, 1721. 

bftpt. 15 Jul. 
John, fil. ejuadem, bapt. 29 Mmj. 1723. 

Blis., dft. of Bob. ft SUx. Tong, bspt. 7 

Mart. 1726. 

Mary, da. of Bob. ft EUz. Tong, bapt. 

18 Nov. 

XABBIASVS. 

James Tong and Agnes Henyter nnpt. 

18 Jan. 
Simeon Tong and Alice Banker nupt. 

26 Sept. 
Jno. Tong and Fhillii BoU nnpt. 10 

Jan. 
Wm. Tylden, of WormseU »nd Elix. 

Tong mar. at Tanstall 15 Jul 



Jno. Sharpe and Joan Tone nupt. 7 Jul. 
Anne Tong and Geo. Wanoerton 1 Jul. 
Bob. Tong and Blis. Genet nnpt. 30 
Bee. 



1691. 
1593. 
1698. 
1600. 
1601. 
1621. 



Thomas, son of WiUm. ft Blis. Tong, 

bapt. 26 Jul. 
William, son of Will, ft Blis. Tong, 

bapt. 26 Oct. 
Elix.. da. of Will, ft Bliz. Tong, bapt. 

6 June. 
James, son of Will, ft Elix. Tong, bapt. 

Dec. 20. 



James Tong and Alice Clarke nnpt. 1 

Feb. * 
Wm. Bdw'ds and Blis. Tong, wid., nupt. 

17 Sept. 
Bobt. Bradstreete ft Blis. Tonge nupt. 

9 Apr. 
Wm. Gilford and Elia. Tong mar. 16 

Sept. 
Nioh. Tong and Blis. Warrope, nupt. 

~u1t. 
James Tong, 

nui 



23 Jul 
Bs T^one, ji 
ipt. 1 Nor. 



jnnr., and Joan Chalker 



BUBZAU. 



Alice Tong, a good householder, set. 62, 
sep. 2 Feb. 

James Tonge, a good howsholder, set. 
71, worthj of perpetual memory, sep. 
18 Oct. 

James Tonge sep. 19 Apr. 

Dorothy Tong sep. 14 Mar. 

Mr. Wm. Tong sep. 18 JuL 

Mrs. Anne Tong, ux. Wmi., ob. 7 Deo. 

Margarett Tonge sep. 21 Octob. 

Mr. Wm. Tong ob.l4Maij, being Sa- 
turday, and was buried on the 16th 
of the same month, being Whitsun 
Monday. 



1619. 



1626. 
1627. 
1631. 
1633. 

166S. 

1692. 



Sub. ux. James Tong, junr., ob. Jul. 9, 

sep. 12. 
Mrs. Jane Pastrich, widow, da. of Jamaa 

Tong, senr., ob. July 30. 
Mr. Wm. Tonge, sep. Sept. 13. 
James Tone, gent., sep. 11 Sept. 
Mrs. Blis. Tonge sep. 2 Feb. 
Mrs. Alice Tonge, ux. Tho. Tonge, sep. 

9 Apr. 

Thomas, ttL James Tong, ft H., sep. 

10 Oct. 

Mrs. Blis. Tong, widow, sep. 18 Oct. 



Isaac Tonge and Luce Grege married 10 November, 1607. 

Oillinffham R^iater. 



nrSCBIPTIOK ON STOVE IK CHAKCEL OP BBXD6AB CHXIBOH. 

" To the memory of Thomas Tonge, of Milton, in this county, gent., ob. 20 Maii, 1760, 
BBt. 64. 

** Also of Eleanor, wife of the above said Thomas Tonge, ob. 22 Dec. 1755, et. 72. 

** Here also lieth the body of Thomas Tonge, son of the said Thomas Tonge A, Eleanor 
his wife, who died June 17, 1771, aged 49 years." 

Arms: — A bend coticed between six martlets, impaling, three bugle homa 

stringed. 
Motto : — .Sdiiicat in sternum. 



The two following inscriptions are preserved by Weever (Fun. Mon. 274-6). 

1. In Swingfield Church : — 

" Orate pro anima Willelmi Tonge, ei Johannis filii ejus, qui banc fenestram fieri 
fecerunt." 

[This was gone in Bryan Fausaett's day.] 

2. In Feversham Church: — 

" Hie probus et dignus, vir honestus amansque benignus, 
Ut vere scitur, Semanus Tong sepelitur. 
Hie vir oportunus, Baro dc portubus unus, 
In Thrughleigh natus, fuit in Fevershamque moratus. 
Mortuus ipse die celsA fuit Epiphanie, 
Anno milleno, c quater, quarto quoaue deno. 
Hujua Semani fuerant quadraginta bis anni 
Tempus in hac vita ; sibi celica sit via scita. Amnn.'* 



Tho:Oodfi«7 
extat in eod : 



[ThomnB Ood 



I 
FetruB Godfrey [fil: ot hf 



relicta Benton [Bentyn. F. MS.] = Thomas Godfrey [Alius ethnres. ob. 1642.] =j=U 
i . , I 



I 
Thomas Godfrey [of Lydd, 2nd son, 

ob. 1610; bu. at Lydd. MS. J.Heard. 

Was of Cottinges in Lydd.] 



Petrus Gk)dfrey [of Lydd, 
styled the elder in his will, 
ob. July or Aug. 161S 
bu. at lydd. Uwrd MS.] 



I 
Michael Pix = Emma, fil : et [Katheryn, 



de Folke- 
stone. 



h»r : unica lather's will 

Bici : StrughilL 1542 unmai 



Amia fil : Johis 
Stroughill de 
Lyd [ob. 1625. 
Heard MS.] 



Wills Godfrey, ob. 
apud Scande- 
rome (?) [hying 
1560. Heard MS.] 



Alicia fil : 
Clarke de 
Stratford 
Bowe. 



Willus. 
[living 1621. 
Heard MS.] 



Edrus. 
[UTing 1621.] 



Filia, [Elisa- 
beth, living 
1621.] 



[Joane, living 
1621. Heard 

MS.] 



Alicia uxor 
Boberti Lee 
de London 
Bridge. 



I J'oliis 






I Lambard = [Oath. 
Godfrey set. da. of 

II (1619). Bobert 
[Becorder of Scott, of 
Maidstone.] Smeeth.] 



[Thos. 
ob. in£ 
1610.] 



I riJ ' I 

2 Thomas. 

4 Bioardus. 

[John, 
Thomas, and 
Edward, 
obb. juv.] 



I 

3 Petrus. : 
[bo. 1617; 
m. 1650]. 



[Amia 
fil:Tho: 
Brett de 
Snave. 
F.MS.] 



[Edmund [Mich 



Berry, 

Knight, 
bo. 1621 ; 
murdered 
1678.] 



bo. 16 
mar. 1 
ob. 16 
bu. at 

Swithi 
Gannoi 
Street. ^ 

I 




[Thomas (Godfrey 
unicus filius Petri 
GK>dfrey de Hodi- 
ford ob. 8. p. 
F. MS.bu. at 
Sellinge, 1699, 
»t. 48.] 



[Maria Stia 
nlia Johis 
Dallman de 
Dunnistrope 
in 00. Staff, 
gen. F.MS.] 



[Amyot mar. 
to William 
Courthope, 
of Stodmarsh 
Court; ob. 
1742, St. 91, 
leaving two 
daughters.] 



I 



[Michaelis 00- 
cisus coram 
Namur Jul. 
17. 1695, ooB- 
lebs. F. loS. 
Bu. at St. 
Swithin's, Can- 
non Street.] 



[2'petrus. =^«^ 

Of Wood- ;ineBl 
ford, Essex, [^ '-' 
M.P. for 
London in 
two Parlia- 
meiits.] 



I 
[3 Petrus Godfrey. 

ob. 1769, est. 74, 

coelebs. F. MS.] 



[1 Thomas Godfrej 
adhuc vivens 1771. 
ob. s. p. F. MS.] 



[2 MichaeL ob. 1712, 
oGBlebs. sep. ap. 
Woodford.] 



[Joseph. 
Cesar. 

Elisabeth, 
obb. s. p.] 



fcy- ob. 

L 1742. 





VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



71 



BEGISTEBS. 

V&OU LYDD OHUBCH. 
BAPTISK8. 



Sep. 19, 1343. 

Oct. 15, 1&43. 

Sep. 15, 1544. 

Dec. 3, 1548. 

Jan. 15, 1548. 
May 4, 1551. 

July 17, 1552. 
Mat. 26, 1554. 
Sep. 16, 1655. 

Oct. 2, 1580. 

Deo. 4, 1580. 

Jan. 29, 1582. 

Jane 7, 1581. 

Jan. 9, 1585. 

Feb. 27, 1586. 

Mar. 3, 1687. 

Feb. 22, 1589. 
May 26, 1591. 

Oct. 29, 1592. 

April 29, 1547. 
Sep. 29, 1548. 

BUSIALS. 

Sep. 20, 1542. William, y« tonne of Peter 
Godfrey. 
Margaret Godfrey. 
Joane Godfrey. 



William, the sonne of Peter 
Godfrey. 

Elyb., ye daughter of Peter 
Godfray. 

Catheryne, ye daught. of Peter 
Godfrey. 

The baptum of William God- 
fraye. 

The baptiBm of Bllyn Godfray. 

Susanna, ye daughter of Peter 
Godfray. 

Peter Godfraje. 

Thomas Godfraye. 

Jeames, ye sonne of Thomas 
Godfray. 

Peter, ye sonne of Thomas God- 
fray, Jurat. 

EUsabeth, the daughter of Pe- 
ter Godfrey. 

Susan, ye diaughter of Peter 
Godfrey. 

Elisabeth, ye daug^. of Peter 
Godfrey. 

Thomas, ye sonne of Thomas 
Godfrey. 

William, ye sonne of Peter 
Godfrey. 

Elisabeth, ye daugh. of Thomas 
Godfrey. 

John, ye sonneof Peter Godfrey . 

Catherine, ye dauffh. of Thomas 
Godfrey, Jan. Jurat. 

Amy, ye daught. of Peter God- 
frey. 

X4XBIAQB8. 



Nov. 19, 1692. Bychard, ye sonne of Mr. Tho- 
mas Godfrey, Jurat. 
June 22, 1695. John, ye sonne of Thomas God- 
fray, Jurat. 
May 15, 1698. Joane, ye daught. of Peter Gk>d- 

frey. 
Oct. SO, 1603. Edward, the sonne of Peter 

Godfrey, esquire, elder. 
Deo. 6, 1607. Thomas, the sonne of Peter 

Godfrey, junior. 
Feb. 14, 1609. Peter, ve sonne of Mr. Peter 

Godfrey. 
Not. 7, 1618. Anne, the daught. of Peter 

Goofrey, Jurat. 
May 16, 1616. John, the sonne of Mr. Peter 

Godfrey, bayliffe. 
Aug. 20, 1616. Bobert, the sonne of Mr. Bich- 

yard Godfrey. 
May 8, 1618. Anne, the daughter of Biohyard 

Godlrey, cent. 
May 28, 1620. Biohyard, the sonne of Mr. 

Peter Godfrey, Juratt. 
Deo. 21, 1620. Marye, the daughter of Rich- 

jard Godfrey, gent. 
April 29, 1621. Bichyard, the sonne of William 

Godfrey. 
April 14, 1622. Marye, the daughter of William 

Godfrey. 
Not. 12, 1636. Jane, the daughter of William 

Ghidfrey. 
Juno 7, 1636. Marye, the daughter of William 

Godfirey, Juratt., by Jane his 

wife. 



Edward Godfrey A Elyb. Hum- 

ft»y. 
Thomas Godfrey (tic). 



Feb. 4, 1564. Thomas Godfrey to Margaret 
Lyon. 



Dec. 14, 1546. 
Not. 13, 1550. 
Jan. 26, 1551. 
May 4, 1553. 



April 10. 1553. 
l?eb. 9, 1553. 

Not. 12, 1561. 

Deo. 7, 1657. 
Deo. 8, 1558. 

Jan. 28, 1638. 
Mar. 10, 1558. 
Mar. 31, 1559. 
Mar. 12, 1672. 
Mar. 16, 1576. 

Jan. 21, 1680. 



Aug. 18, 1683. 
April 6, 1635. 
June 16, 1643. 



Edward Godfrey. 

Elisabeth Godfrey, with John 
her sonne. 

Ellen Godfrey. 

John, ye sonne of Edward God- 
frey. 

Alioe, ye Trife of Thomas God- 
frey. 

George Godfrey. 

Thomas, ye sjnne of Thomas 
Godfrey. 

EUsabeth Godfrey. 

James Godfrey, infant. 

Thomas Godfrey. 

John Godfrey. 

The wyfl'e of Thomas Godfrey, 
J urate. 

Marye, ye wyffe of Mr. Tho- 
mas Godfrey, Jurat. 



May 4, 1682. Blixabeth Godfrey, the daugh- 

of Peter. 
Mar. 22, 1582. Susan, ye daughter of Peter 

Godfrey. 
Deo. 28, 1606. Mildred, the daughter of Peter 

Godfrey, 
Jan. 4, 1606. Thomas, the sonne of Peter 

Godfirey. 
July 27, 1618. Peter Godfrey. 
Jan. 4, 1613. Elisabeth Godfrey. 
Jan. 31, 1615. Godfrey, householder. 

May 16, 1620. Elizabeth, the daugh. of Mr. 

Peter Godfrey, Jurat. 
June 17, 1620. John, the sonne of Mr. Peter 

Godfrey, Jurate. 
Feb. 17, 1620. Bichyard, the sonne of Peter 

Godfrey, gent., and Jurat of 

the towne of Lydd. 
May 28, 1621 . Bichyard, the sonne of William 

Godfrey. 
Feb. 24, 1623. Thomas Godfrey, esquire. 
Mar. SO, 1636. Amy Godfrey, wido. 



FROM NACEINGTON CHURCH. 
Edward Godfrey & Anne Bar- > Mar. 1, 1656. Esther, the daughter of S^ Tho 



parish, were 



<iirey i 
ton, both of this 
married. 

Austinne, the sonne of Anstinne 
Godfrey & Alice his wife, 
was buried. 

Robert, the son of S*" Peter 
Godfrey, knight, and Eliza- 
beth his wife, was baptized. 



mas Godfrey, knight, & ye 
Lady Esther his wife, was 
bom and baptized. 

Jan. 3, 1668. Mrs. Esther Godfrey, ye only 
childe of Sr Thomas Ghodftvy. 
kt., aged a year and three 
quarters, was buried. 

June 14, 1663. Thomas Godfrey, Esqre, & lady 



72 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



Moile were married. (This 
entry interpolated.) 

Feb. 13, 1684. 8r Thomas Godfrey. 

Sep. H, 1688. Mr. Thomas Godfry was buried 
in yeehauneeU of the church. 

Mar. SO, 1690. Thomas Godfrey, Esqe, of St. 
Paul's parish, in Canterbury, 
was buried in the chauncell. 

April 1, 1699. Dame Hester Godfrey was bu- 
ried in the chaunoell. 

Feb. 10, 1701. Catherine, danj^hter of Henry 
GodfiT, EsqK, and Catherine 
his wife, wss baptised. 



Mar. 16, 1702. Catherine Godfiry was buried 
in the chauncell. 

Deo. 25, 1718. Henry Godfry, Esq., was buried 
in the chauncell. 

Got. 4, 1719. Bryan Faussett, Esq., and Mary 
Godfry were married p. li- 
cence. 

Not. 2, 1720. Bryan, son of Bryan Faussett, 
Esq., and Mary his wife, was 
baptised. 

Oct. 80, 1736. Catherine Godfry, widdow, was 
buried in the chancel. 

Sep. 29, 1760. Br^ran Faussett, Esq., was bu- 
ried in the chauncell. 



VBOM ELM8TED CHUBOH. 



BXPTISXS. 



John, the sonne of Mr. Richard Godfrey, 

fentleman, & Mary his wife. Jane ye 17ui, 
628. 
Susan, the daughter of Mr. Richard Godfrey, 
gentleman, ukd Marie his wife. Oct. 16, 
1629. 



Mary, daughter of Lambert GkidA^, gentle* 
man, and Katherine his wife. Aoy. 8, 
1638. 

Katherine, daughter of Lambert Godfrey,gent., 
and Eiatherine his wife. April 9, 1640. 



KAaaiAOi. 
William Steele & Elisabeth Godfrey, maryed 15 May, 1638. 

BUBIAX.. 

Michael Godfrey, 5 Aug. 1707. 



7B0M WTE CHUBCH. 



BkmmuB. 



Sarah, daughter of Biohard and Mary Godfrey, 

29 Dec. 1686. 
Thomas, son of Richard and Mary Godfrey, 

27 July, 1637. 
Moyle, son of Richard and Maxy Godfrey, Oct. 

21, 1638. 



William, son of Richard and Mary Godfiwy, 

Jun. 28, 1640. 
John, son of Humphry Godfrey, June 15, 1643. 
William, son of Tho: Godfrey, 2 Feb. 1660. 
Edward, son of Tho : Godfrey, by Maxr his 

wife, 16 July, 1666. 



XABKIAQIS. 



John Borne & Dorothy Godfrey, Deo. 21, 1641. I Tho. Whitehead and Maiy Godfrey, Apr. 20, 
Tho. Godfry A Maxy Hize, 29 Deo. 1059. | 1685. 



BUBIAL8. 



Elisabeth Godfrey, Mr. Richard Godfrey's 

mother, 12 May, 1635. 
Thomas, son of Richard Godfrey, 28 July, 

1638. 
Moyle, son of Richard Godfrey, 2 Not. 1688. 
Ricnard Gh>dfrey, gent^ 17 March, 1641. 
John Godfrey, son of Humphry Godfrey, Deo. 

15, 1646. 



Anne Godfrey, 9 April, 166a 

Thomas Godfrey, householder, 1 Jun. 1667. 

John Godfrey, of Canterbury, gentleman, 27 

Feb. 1673. 
John Gt>dfrey, of London, Feb. 9, 1719. 
Jane, wife of Mathew Godfirey, of Canterbury, 

25 Feb. 1719. 



FBOM BOUGHTON ALUFH CHUBCH. 
BABTISMS. 

Mary, dan^ter of Thonuw Godfrey, Esq., & | Henry, the son of Thomas Godfrey, Eso., & 



the Lady Mary Moyle his wife, 20 April, 
1664. 



the Lady Moyle his wife, bo. Sept. 24^ bap- 
tised Oct. 1, 1674. 



BUBXAli. 

The Lady Mary Moyle, liay 2, 1698. 



FBOM KOBTON CHUBCH. 
XABBIXGB. 

1669. Benjamin Godfrey ft Maiy Piggott were married the ninth day of September. 

BUBIAL8. 



1704. Mr. Beiyamin Godfrey was buried MajToh 

the 90th. 

1705. Mr. Baptist Godfrey was buried Oct. the 

18»li. 



1730. Mrs. Mary Godfrey was buried May 
yel5ik. 

1747/8. Ann, Relict of John Godfrey, of Nor- 
ton Court, was butted Janr 31m. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTT OF KKNT. 73 

MONUMENTS 
IM LTDD OSUHCH. 
Oa a Bnui in the Sate. 

^tltx in SaB fiOi ffras tnliiUt t)]Et 0oll liCt i)iin iplot 
tu/att totes l)is SiiMt tnttl) ffioH aim SoBb in e* ffitotrt. 



3^nt lettf) bururD tfir fiolign at ^ttci ffiohfrsc mB Sotw bis 

toEfc, ^ict l3(tcT hccncgli tl)t i^Bag of filanfit in ll)e E"' ^^ °' 

%jexit San m.ntctlibi: anU ll)r ustr Sdik Bctnqjli btfcnc bin 

in tilt {nt ar biDt SoB m.ccctcEbi. ftabing bg bn )>  >■>■ '• 

On a £niM >> (jte Chameet. 

■'H«relifthj*Bod7of John j« Fourth Bonns of Thomm GodfreT Oenllom»a. who« 

liavLnE been  Studsnt in j> Bcboole of ProtetCsnta near Boane ud in Harte'9 Hsil in 

Oifoi3. ud luTing attkined loj* Liline and French Tongiifi,depart«d thi« Life, r>2'of 

Febnurje, in t* 18'^ Year of hia Age. Anno Domini 161B. Hodie "lihi, Cm tibi." 

Armi: — Godfrej, wilh a martlel of cadencj. 

0» a Bnut, near Iht lait. 
" Anlui ad CielogiulitiUT Decora 
Arctior multo lalet ipaa Porta. 
Soliu bic Altam repK in Quielem 

Lacteiu Infiuia. 
Knbertm, PrinoEcnitiu Uiihardi Cudfrey Gm'; natui li Aug. hinc demigratu uTii* 
Ol'Io. pniiimi ici|UcDlLa. Uir: mmii aia dii." a>l.(i')" 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTV OF KENT. 



, . Oo a Braf in Ikt Save. , 



O 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 75 

Tba fbllintoripUon to the preoeding, u prtteryei byWeerer, FauMelt, and other* ii. — 
Su jotit Zt)omas aoUrfrac qnanDsm St bttcri £amiu( qui obiit qointo Hie 
SKttm Snsosti Smui Hni. miUiinD aajxi. fliojua 'iit {tpinttui I3tua 3mni. 

O* a ITiiniJ Mmammt agaiiul Iht North Wall of llu Clianeel, uftA a ealourtd 
Butt, and a flat Stone beloto. 

LU GKidirev Esq. bom at Now Bomnev in j* Ynr of oar 
Heiie of Peter Qodlrej of Ljdd G«nt. wheiro he £ hU 
Anceitoun haie continued in good ElitMm uid Bepulation for above Two Hundred 
Fean, aa appean hj their Funeral Monumenta ;et «itaat in t* said church and bj 
their Kveral Willi and Testamenli prored in j' Regialei'i Office at Cantorbiuj and 
London. He waa Captain of ¥• Horse for above 40 vcars together before his Death ; 
Motwithatanding which, heo Himaelf wa* charged with, and did find, at bvbtj Muater, 
G Light Horae and 20 Foot. Hee waa a frank Houae-Kecper, HoipilAble to strangeri 
and charitable to j< need?: Hee Liv'd beloved and died Lamented eapeciall)' br fg 
Poor, in ;• Three Score and Eleventh Year of hia Age, being in y* Year of our Lord 
God 1623. 

" The aajd Thomaa Qodi^ey, hereby iaierrd, left laaue by hia 3 Several Wive* Three 
Sana and 1 Daughter, via. Peter, Thomaa, Bichard, and Mary; all which he Uv'd to aee 
well diapoicd of in Marriadge into aevertl worthy Fsmiliee, uid to be Parenli of many 
Hopefull Children, to hii great Comfort. To whom, in Betume of Pioua Gratitude, Hi* 
Second Son Thomas and Sarah hia Wife have placed thcee Memoriala." 
Armi of Godfrey on both atonca. 

Os a Brat* i» tht Norti Cka%etl. 



" Here lieth Hary eole Daughter and Eeire of 

Thomaa Partridge of Iden in y County of Suiaei 
Gent. Firat Wife of Thomaa Godfrey of Ljdd 
E»q. by whom he had ieaue 1 Son Peter. The 
■aid Mary died on y IG'>> of January, Ano. Dni. 
1*80." 



"layCliMrehjard. 
" On another Stone roach broken ; 

'"Hero lieth Joane Godfrey the wife of Peter i 

which died the ... of Jiine A.D. 1 . . .' " (Fauaeett H8.) 



fa tilt Boath Chaneet. 
"Hicjaeet alma parena, miaeria aalutireT iniia, 
Quam liquido eitinxit frigore dirua hydropa. 
Taatua amiconun Selua defluiit in sgram, 

ITt, nimio acceplo Sumine, mcraa perit. 
InfcElii iterum triitiaque snpervenit unda 
Et minor eat alii> obrutua orbia aquia. 
" Serva me, Deua, quia pervenerunt aquv uaque ad tnimam. 
" Haria Glia Thorns God&ey de lid Annigeri nupait Johanni Honejwood de Elmated 
militi, cui auperatitea tree filioa et quatuor Hliaa. Obiit Novemb. acptimo, 16.18." 
Arma : — Honeywood, impaling Godfrey aa before. 



76 VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 

IN SKLIJIIQI CHDBCB. 

Jn Iht Chanetl, <m Nortk Wail. 
"PfMtspiDiapBlm*. Here Iveth inl^rred the Bndie of Tho: OodfrPT af HoddLTonl 
in this Ftriab Eaq. Who hsd tit biafintwifeMugnret daughter of William Lambard 
of (h^enwich, Eaq. b; nhome he had issue 2 soTmes. And to bis get-onJ wife Sarah 
the daughter of Thomaa lies of Hammcnmith Eaq. with irhoine he lived Ln wedlocfce 
aboTe &3 yearet, and by ber bad issue 12 aonnes and 4 daughters. He WM a ip-eat 
Lover of Learaiug & all Ingfvnuily. which be ahewnl id v< generoui edumtioa uf bia 
children. He served bia Oeneralion emincnllj and faitbAilly in several capacities, with 
CbriHlian cuurago be overcame manir inllnniiies of (his life. Having lived beloved 
47 jeares in tbia parisl. hs died laraenU-d (he lO"" daj of October 1684, being the '""■ 

her laaling affection," 

Arma:— 1, Quarterlj ! 1 and 4, Godfrey ; 2, At, a feaa between three crois-crof 
litcheea or, for Pii ; 3, Ar. a feas between sii escallopa gu., for Btroughill. 

'forLambard. "* " 



« HtCEtMOlOV C 



" Here Uetb the Body of Henry OodfieT of 
Heppington Eaq. Heir of S' Thomaa Godfrer of 
the sanoe. He married Catherine y* Daughler 
of the llev* Doctor Thomaa Pilti» Sector of 6 
Botolph Biahop'a Gale London, bywhom he had 
aDaueh1era:CatherinewhodiedMarcbl2,17(S.— 
and Mary who eurvived. He died Dec. B4, 171P. 
Id the 43^ Tear ofhia age." 



" On the South aide of tbia Stone lieth the above- 
mentioned Catherine, Belict ofHenry Godfrey of 
HeppingMn Eaq. She died Oct. SG, ITSfl, aged 

" And under Ibis atone in the same Orave with 
her Vather, lielh the Body of the abovementioned 
Mary. Daughter and sole Heireaa of Henry God- 
frerEsq. of Heppington in this Parish, and fielicl 
of Bryan Fauasett Esq. of Ibe tame. She died 
May 28, 1781. ir 



" Here Uetb the Body of Dama Heater Godfrey one of the Daughters i, Coheira of 
B John Wyld of thia Ckiuuty and late wife of S' Thomaa Godfrey of Lyd hut late of 
thia Parish in y<> taid CauDlj, Knight. Bhe died the 27^ day of March, 1690, in the 
r7lh Year of her Ago," 

Anna: — Godfrey; on aa eacutcheoD of prelenee, ar. a ebev. sa.,on chief of tbe secoad, 
two martiela of tbe Bold. 



VISITATION OF THE COUHTY OF KENT. 



" Here lieth tba Body of Bijtn 



q.of Beppmgton. 
iij the Dsugh' 



runied Mm; t! 

^rire» ot Henry Oodfrej Em. of 

SoppingtoQ, Bj vhom he left 



IX BT. BW1THIII*8 CHUSCH, CAXHOIt BIKKR. 

>f Ur. Hictwel OodJV«y of 

, _ _-, J .. ^toddiford inlheCounliof 

t Eeq. He nurrisd Ann Mary eldest daughter of S' Thomai Chunbrelui Eni, 
»fler he hkd lerved him eight jearg' Apprenticeihip, bjwhoin he hiul fiTemn* »nd three 
daughter! and having liv'd with her 3* jesri in a moat »)tree«ble Wedlock he died the 
V* da; of December 1661 in the 6G<>< year of hie age, learing her A 4 children lurvii- 
ine, Michael, Peter, Eliubeth, and Heiter. Eliubeth deceawd the Bnt day of Auguit 
ISHl, A lieth alwi interred Dear thii place. Hater the other daughter of the uud 
Michael Godfrey waa married the 20<>< of April leei. to Hugh Smithwm, of Tottenham, 
in the Dounty of Hiddi., Eiq., by whom haiing had iwue seven children (S of which, 
Tji. S lona and 2 daugbtori, gurvired her), She died in childbed the 30^ of October, 
leeS, and liei interred near thii place by the Body of her Father." 

Armit — Oodfrey, impaling Ou. an mescueheon ar. within an orle of row* or, for 
ChambreUn. 

Oa a Pillar o* tti ITorti Bide. 
" P. M. 8. Near this place liea interr'd the Body of Mr. Michael Godf^y, Merchant, Ute 
ofthis pariah, Km ofMr. Michael (Godfrey, Mercbaiit,J[AiiDe Mary his wife. Hewaabom 
Feb. 22, A.D. 1658, being elected the lint Deputy Qoveroour of the Banck of Eugland 
he went for Flandera on aome Important buime» reUticr to the lervice of Hi> Ma- 
ieaty; where attending hie royal Femoa, then encamp' d before Namur, he wai alajn 
It a Cannon Ball from the *orka of the beseiced, July y* 17, IS96. He d^ed * Bat- 
chelor, much lamented by all hii Friends Belativea Si Acquaintance, for hu Integrity 
bia Knowlege and the gwectneai of hia mannen. Hia body waa brought over £lies 
buried near nia Father^a- His eorrowful mother A e^cecutria caused this monument to 
be erected to the pious memory of her l>eloTed son. The aboTeiuimed Mrs. Anne Mar; 
Godfrey departed thie life y 2B>^ March 1708, and lie* also interred near this place." 
[" The God of Battel found in foreign parts 
The aua of Hermes form'd for pcacefull Arta 
And thought it Lawfull prize to lake his Blood 
Because so near a Wamuur King he atood. 
" Theae voraca were not to be found when I took the inscription, but I have copied them 
from Maitland'a Hist, of London, rol. ii. p. 1184."— Bryan Fauaaelt.] 
Arma : — Godfre;, as before. 



78 VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



IN WB8TUINSTSB CLOISTEBS. 
JSast Ambulatory. 



tt 



P. M. S. Edvardi Godfrey qui patri suo Thomte Godfrey de Hodiford in Sellinge in 
agro Cantiano Ar. filiuB erat 13*" proles yero 16*, Matri autem 11*" et 13*, quern primum 
ex 16 natia mater lactabat, qui licet plus triennio lactebat, fcelici tamen evasit mgenio, 
puer optima) apei et indolis, Dux et decus 6* claasis hujua Scholffi. Obiit 8 die Junii 
Anno aalutifl 1640o. ^tatis 12o. 

"£i: Busby, Archididascal us. 
" Margareta Lambard. Lambardus . Thomas. 

" Sarah lies . Filii gemini . Filius . Jana . Thomaa . Petrua . *fiicardu8 . * Johannes . 
*Edmundus Berry . Eliza . Micnaei . *Thomaa . ^Edwardua . Catharina . Benjaminus . 
Sarah. 

" Bubnotat mortuos. * adnotat electos in regios alunmos." 

Arms. — ^As on monument of Thomaa Godfrey at Sellingc. 

Under the preceding, 

" Edmundua Berry Grodfrey Equeatri dignitate ob merita sua in Begem et Patriam 
omatua, Justitiarii munere aingulari jfide et diligentia fimctus, Demum ab oculis suorum 
ereptua, 4 Id. Octob. 1678, Post quint um diem repertus eat, Morte aifeotua nefaria et 
atroei. Caetera Iliatoria loquetur. Hoc monumentum vetuatate attritum reparavit, 
Addito fratria Edmundi elogio, Benjaminua ex filiia Thomas Grodfrey praedicti Natu mi* 
nimua et nunc solus superatea iv Nonas Aprilis 1696.'* 



IN NOBTON OHITBCH. 

" P. M. S. Near this place lyeth interred the Body of Benjamin Grodfr^ of Norton 
Court Eaq. fourteenth and last aurviving son of Thomaa Godfrey of Hoddiford in the 
county of Kent Eaq. He married Mary Sole Daughter and Heir of Baptist Piggott of 
Norton Court aforeaaid Gentn, by whom he had four sons and five daughters. He died 
13th March, 1704, in the 73^ Year of hia Age leaving her and two sons only, vizt John 
& Baptiat. Baptiat deceased Octo' 13, 1705, and lies buried by hia Father. In the aame 
vault ia deposited Mrs. Mary Godfrey Widow of the said Benj«» Godfrey Esq., who died 
May 7th, 1730, being Ascension Day." 



DEEDS AND WILLS. 

Bohertf son of John Qodiferef of Apeldore, granU to Henry de la Birche a piece of 
land called Le Threhornehamme, %Dith right of way in Apeldore. 

June, 1261. 45 Hen. III. 
Sciant . . . etc., quod ego Bobbbtus filius Johahhib Godifbbb de parochia de 
Apbldbb dedi . . . etc. Hbkbico db la Bibchb de dicta parochia et heredibus . . . 
etc., unam peciam terre mee que jacet pro dimidia acra et pro quarta parte uniua acre 
terre sive habetur majua aive minua cum omnibus suis pertinentiis que vocatur Lb Thbb- 
HOBHBHAMMB ^ue jacct in parochia de Apeldre et de tenemento Ecclesie Chriati Can- 
tuariensis. Et jacetin uno capita ad terram propriam meam ex una parte versus Suth, 
et ex altera parte ad terram domini Prioris Novi Operis Dovorie et ejuadem loci Con> 
ventua veraua North, ooUaterantem ad terram dicti Prioria et ejuadem loci Conventua 
ex utraque parte versus Eat et versus West. Videlicet cum boscis et aquis sepibus et 
fossatis ut includitur, cum una racionabile via a strata regali ultra terram meam usque 
ad predictam peciam terre cum cartis et carrucis et aliia bestiis intrandi atque retrogre- 
diendi. Habendum . . . etc. in perpetuum reddendo inde annuatim mihi vel . . . etc. 
unum obolum redditus in die Sancti Martini in dmiterio Apostolorum Petri et Pauli 
de Apeldre solvendum et recipiendum pro omnibus serviciis . . . etc. salvo tamen ser- 
vicio domini Brgis. Et ego predictus Bobbbtus et heredes . . . etc. warantizabimus 
. . . etc. Pro hac autem mea donadone . . . etc. dedit mihi predictus Henricus novem- 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 79 

decim eolidos sterlin^rum in eenttmam acilioet anno reeni Iteeis Henrici filii Hegiji 
Johannis quadra^simo quinto in mense JuniL Hiis testiouB Wfllelmo Hung^man . . . 
etc., et multU aliu. 

(S M88, nuper Sdv, Bering Barti.) 

[John Gkxiifere = 
of Apoldore. | 

Bobert GkKUfere, 
1281.] 

Will of Williitm Ghdfrey aXias Farmor ofLydd, 1466. 

In Dei nomine Amen. Ego Willielmiu Oodfray alitu dictus Farmor de Wesibrooke, 
in parochia de Lyde compoe mentis penultimo die Novembris Anno Domini m<>ccoc<i>B<*lvto 
et anno regpi Se^ Henrici sexti xxxiiij^ condo testamentum meum in bunc modum 

Srotestans quod utud testamentum sit ultima voluntas mea nee aliud per ipsum intel- 
gi Tolo. Imprimis volo et lego animam meam Deo onmipotenti Beats MarisB Vir^ini 
et omnibus Sanctis Corpusque meum ad sepeliendum in coemiterio Ecclesin omnium 
Sanctorum de Lyde preoicto. Item lego summo altari dictas eoclesisB etfabricaeejusdem 
ecclesisB unam vaccam equis portionibus dividendam. Item lego domino ThomsB pres- 
bitero parocbiali ibidem vj*. Item lego cuilibet filiolo meo iiijd. Quoad bona mea im- 
mobilia de (mibus disponere possum testor et volo quod Johaimea Qodfray et Johannes 
Kempe Feoffatores mei de et in quindecim acris et dimidia terre sive magis sive minus 
sint mde jaoentibus in predicta parochia de Lidd et in parochia de Midley, unde octo 
acre et dimidia jacent in dicta parochia de Lyde et in feodo de Blecchurdi (?) abbut- 
tantes versus orientemterris pertinentibus fratribus et sororibus domus Sancti Johannis 
viU» de Bompne, et alisB septem acrs inde jacentes in le Newland et in dictis parochiis 
de Lyde et de Midley in Snyslese et PykeK>lde feoffabunt seu feoffari fadant Johajmem 
et F«trumJilio9 meoM in predictis quindecim acris cum suis pertinentiis prefatis Johanni 
et Petro heredibus et assignatis suis imperpetuum sub conditioDe sequente, vis^ quod 
predicti Johannes et Petrus solvant seu solvi faciant SolUf Agnete, et MargareUf et 
cuilibet illarum trium sororibus suis quinque marcas bone et legalis monetae Anglis ad 
sua maritagia. Si oontingat illas maritari vel non maritari quod habeant pradictas 
summas pecuniae cuilibet illarum solvendas. Modo simili solvent seu solvi faciant Johanna 
sorori busb triginta tres solidos et quatuor denarios. Et si contingat aliquam illarum 
mori antequam habeat partem suam illi superius assignatam deliberatam quod extuno 
. . . sua predicta pectmia remaneat predictis omnibus sororibus suis viventibus. Et 
si predicti Johannes^ et Petrus hereaes vel assignati sui nolnerint solvere pecuniam 
modo et forma superius prescripts quod extunc predicti feoffati heredes vel assignati 
sui feoffabunt predictas fiUas predicti Willielmi m omnibus predictis quindecim acris 
et dimidia acra teme cum suis pertinentiis habendis et tenendis iUis heredibus et assig- 
natis suis imperpetuum faciendo inde capitalibus dominis feodi illorum omnia servitia 
inde illis debita et de j[ure consueta. Besiduum vero omnium bonorum meorum superius 
non legatum et dispositum debitis meis legitime persolutis volo quod dividatur in duas 
partes de quarum una volo quod disponatur pro salute animsB mess per discretionem 
execntorum meorum. Alia pars inde remaneat filiis meis et filiabus equis porcionibus 
dividenda. Hujus autem testamenti mei Johannem Oodfrag alitu dictum Fermar Ju- 
niorem, et Johannem Kempe feoffatores meos facio ordino et constituo executores meos 
ad disponendum pro salute animas meas meliuri modo quo sdverint seu potuerint. In 
cujus rei testimonium huic presenti ordinationi et voluntati prefatus Willielmus ngillimi 
suum apposuit die et loco prescriptis. Hiis testibus Henrico Alvyn, Johanne Bregis, 
Jokanne Qodfray $3niori alias dicto Fermor, Michaele Swanne . . . et aliis mulds. 
In the Consistory Ckiurt of Canterbury. 

[William Godfray, = 
alias Farmor, of 
Westbrooke, in 
Lid, will dated 
1466. 



Jonn . Peter . Solla . Agnes . Margaret . Jolianna 

alive 1465. 
Mention of John Godfray als. Fermor, sen'. A jun'.] 

Will of Thomas Godfrey ofLydd, 1642. 
In the name of God Amen. The first day of March in the year of our Lord God 1642. 
J Thomas GM^ey of the parish of Allhalowne in lAdde in the County of Kent 
ihelder in good and perfectc remcmbraoce ordeine snd make this my presente Testa- 

F 



OO VISITATION OF THE COUNTT OP KENT. 

ment and lait willo in forme following that is to hj. Fu 



^. ., . , ,.,.,_. .... _ I be eipended m 

refresh mj poore nebon at home- Item, at my monethei mind in lice manner 
nd iii^ iiij' iD nrreahiiig poore ncgbocin.Ttem, at mj jearninind xiij* iiij^, and eTory 
■e by the apace of v ^eam thou next following liij' iiij<l for the health and comfort 
17 souIb and all Cbnitiaa aoulei. Item. I will and bequeath to Tionuu Godfiag 

"■' of good Hnd lawrull mone^ of England, iiij kine, ij li»f*ri, ij Budda, two 



ihcope, one wajne yoked that i« to »aj iiij oien. liij mares with 
to the lAid Tbomu when he ihall come to the full Age nf 11 jMcei. And my mind i* 
that Peter Godfrey my lonfu ahall freeli keepe all the aaid cattella to the laid Thomaa 
my Sonne above bequeathed till he ihall come to the uid age of n yearea. And alao 
my will and mind la thnt Peter my aonne when the uid Thomas >h^l come to the ftlU 
age of II yerea ahall deliver 1i> tbe aame Thomaa with the aaid cattella u much foode 
and foilder at ahall keepe and Gnde the aame catlella to them of tbe same winter. . . . 
Item I will to Katherint mji davgkltr xi marcs of lawful money, iiij kien, 11 aheepe, 
all her mother's wearing gore, one girdle with a dimjain, a father bed, abolater, a payer 
of blankela, a coverlet, uj payer of canvas sheeCea, one payia of fine abeeta, ij ketlaUa 
pryce the peece ij", three candleaticea, TJ platt4.-ra, iii] diahes, and ij aawaera of pewl«r 
one aaltiieller, a chaGcg diah, and one cheste, to be delivered to the aame £athmiie in 
the day of her marriage. . . , 

And aa to my landa and Tenement*, with tbappertenaiicea, This is tbe last will and 
eoiente of mee the said Thomas Qodfrey tbelder, made the day and yeare fDreaaid, thftt 
ii to Bar, First my will and mind i» that Peter Godfrey mj aonne shall have my prin- 
cipall Tenement with il acres of land thereto appertajning with thappertenances tet 
living and being in Lidd foresaid and old BomneY ia the county of Kent ; And alao all 
that my lands lying at Goodrynf Lane, which 1 lat« purebaaed of George Suutinga, 
To be had to the same Peter bia h«rs and asngnes for erer. Also my will and mind ia 
that Thomaa Oodfrey the yoager my aonne shall have, when be shall coma to tbe full 
age of II yeres, my Tenement called Coltimjf, with ij acres of land to the same an- 
nexed, with thappertenanees, And III acres lying in tbe Sumpe (P), late purebaaed of 
Thomas Harlakynden aeotleman. To be bad to the same Thomas Oodfrey hu beire* and 
assignee for ever. And my minde is that Peter my Sonne shall take the proffitea thereof 
till the said Thomas shall come to tbe said age of 11 yeares. Also mv will and mind is 
that the said Thomas my Sonne shall have all that my lands being m le Estfelde. late 
Stnpbine Ederickea, which I late purchased of Thomaa Strouf-lo, To be had to him his 
heiresand asaignes forever. And over and besides this, my will and mind is that my bams 
celled Cotinge' shall be equally and indifferently divided and shifted betwiit Petor and 
Tboruas my sonnes, with the clci«es 1« the same appertayning, when tbe said Thomas 
ahall come to tbe full age of 11 yeares. To be had to them tbeir heires and aaaignes for 
ever. And my mind ia that in tbe meantime Peter my sone shall take the prolfitea and 
maintayne tbe reparadonaof hisowne proper coates and chargea, and alao shall keep all 
thotber lands above to the said Thomas bequeathed vithoot iCreipe or waale, and par 
the rentes thereof during his Interest tbereio. 

Uated the day and yeare first above written. 

Proved 7lb February, 1543, in the Consistory Court of Canterbury. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



81 



(S0bfn)J* 



Jacobus Godfrey de Allington = Eatharina. 
ubi BepultuB est. I 



Thomas Godfrey de Allingtoxi = Alicia, 
ubi sepultus est. I 



Godfrey. 



Homnidas Godfrey 
ob. apud Tarmoutn 
tunc electus Maior 
Dover Tis : temp. 
Ed: 6. 



I 
Agnes soror et cob : 

nx: W"* Blechenden 

de Mersham qoi ac- 

cepit maner. de Baf- 

finsHiU. 



I 
Babeee soror et coh : 

ux : Joh*is Clark als. 

Woodchurch qui cum 

ea acoepit maner. de 

Hurst. 



Exiraeifram WtllofThomai Godfrey, of AldyttffUm, dated 8 Oct 1490. 

" Bepeliend. in parocbiali eocletiA Sancti Martini de Aldyngton coram cruoe domini 
nostri Jbu xpi. . . . Do Alicie filie Williehni Blaehynden ad maritajrium x mareks . . . 
lego Alicie uxori mee xl'' . . . Humfrido fiHo meo xxU . . . Thome mio meo . . . Alicie 
uxori mee unum equum colons de gray, etc 

*' Humfry and Thomas Ex'ors. 

** William Blachynden and John Gierke supervisori." 

(No probate.) 



f2 



o2 VISITATION OF THE COUNTT OF KENT. 

panning. 

To sll and singuler u welJ nobles and gent, ra others to whome thew p'leiitM 
ehaU come be uene heard r«ad or underatMided. I S' Gilbert Detliick Knight 
aletiarter Pnncipall Kinge of ArnMs, Mod due and humble oomradations & 
gretlnge in oor Lord God eu*la«tinge. That for u much aa aundenllie fiom the by- 

roinge the raljant 
Tertuo* actea of 
worthi^ p*Aona hare 
bene comended to the 
worlde and poateiytie 
with nindne monu- 



l deeenes, emongiat the 
i which tiie ohe^t and 
I moat lunalt hath bene 
the bearinge of aignce 
in ihildea called arme* 
beynge demonatra- 
oont and tokeni of 
prowea and valour 
ajreralie diatribuled 
nccordinge t« the 
quail jtiea and deaertei 
of the persona tnerrt- 
iiige the aame. To 
thenlent that mch as 
b; their rertuea doe 
ade &. ihewe furth to 
the adrauiuwDiffiit of 
the comen ireale the 
shine of their good 
Ijfe and conTeraaoon 
in dajlie pnurtioe of 
t^ingM wortbie & oomendabU may therfore reroiTe doe honor in their \}^e», & 
also derive and contynue the sama »ucawiiTely to their poiterytie for ever. 
Emongeit the which number George Mannynge and Henry Idannynge of Downe 
in the countie of Kent gentlemen, beeinge benrers of thew tokena & armes of honor 
whose auncestors also have of long tyme borne the same, and yet the SBid George 
& Henrye beinge uncerten of any crest or cognisance therrnto belonginge have 
instauntlie reqvired me the said Garter Frincipall Kinge of Annee not onelie to 
make searche for their said cote of armei but alio to aisigne A set forth vnto the 
■aid George Mannynge & Heniy and to their poslerytye a Crest or cognisance to 
be annexed to their said cote of armea, so aa they may lawfullie bears the eame 
without prqudice or oiTence to any p'son. In consideracon whereof and lor fur- 
ther declaracon and worthinet of the said George A, Henrye, and at their eepeciall 
requee', instant sute & lawfull desire, I the aaid Garter Frindpall Kinge of Armn 
haue dilligentlie eought in the r^istre & reoordei of our offioe of armee kept Jt 
holden within the cytie of London, and by eiact tryall thereof findinge those to 
be thn true and p'fe^ auncient armee of the said George and Henry, and of that 
name &, lamyUe whereof they are descended I ooulde not without the grete preju- 
dice of them and tlieyr posterytie, but accordinglie assigne & conSnne vnto th«m 
and either of them theee tlieir said auncient armes, together wyth a Crrst or cog- 
nisance therrnto anUeied to be borne in manner & forme hearein der:lared £ set 
forth. That is lo say The field gules on a. crois patonoe betwene fower trefoyles 
or, a pellet. And to their Crest Vppon a healme yssuant of a crowne golde a Eglea 
lied aable membrcd or, betwene ij Elslruge feUiers argent, mantled gules, dubled 
nrgrnt, as more plninlc appereth depycted in this margent. All which aaid armei 
»itli licnlmr^ nmntlcf, &■ crest and cu'ie p'te & p'ccll thereof I the said Garter 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTT OF KENT. 83 

prindpall Kings of Arm«a h«*e by lhe«e p'wntM ratjfled and b; power & auctho- 
rjrtie of mj otace to me oamj ttcd hj Yrrt paCentes rader tho );reate seale of Eng- 
land, al»o conflnned & eet furth Tnto the aaid Qeoi^ and Henrye, and to thejro 
poaterTtie for euer. And they & eu'ie of them Uie Bamo lo hare hoMe VM ba-re 
& ahewe furth in iheld oote armoure or otherwiie at hU ft their owne libertje A 
pleasure withoat Ih' impodimt let challenge int«rrupc»0 contradiction or gajne- 
■ajioge of bdj other p'eon or p'sona whataoerer. In vitnea, &c. Datod the iiUi 
da7 of April, Ao Elizab. lii", 1&T7- 



jFai fftiei €tiu, 

Ifamei of Qaorfariii^t. 

1. HaDnins. 7. Shelley. 

2. Chjnrfbld. 8. BoUe. 
8. BrockhilL 9. Ardan. 
4. Pedej. 10. Philpot 
6. Trowemer. 11. Wallia. 



84 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



dowhb uboibtbb. 



BAPTISMS. 



1545. Oct. SS, Anne, ds. of Mr. George Msn- 

inge. 
1646. Jsn. SO, JoMie, da. of Mr. Oeorge Maa- 

ing. 
1548. April S, Kstherine, da. of Mr. Oeorge 

Manins. 
1649. Feb. 4, Hmnflray, son of Mr. Oeorge 

Muiinff. 

1553. Aog. 6, Peter, son of Mr. George Man- 

ing. 

1554. Ang. 6, Elisabeth, da. of Mr. George 

Maning. 
1556. Jnne SO, John and John, sons of Mr. 

George Maning. 
1556. Maroh 28, ThonuM, son of Mr. Henxy 



1557 



Mamnge. 
. May 29, Henry, son of Mr. Henry Man* 



inge. 



1558. Oct. S, Doritie, da. of Mr. Oeorge Man- 

inge. 
1658. Not. 8, Anne, da. of Mr. Henry Man- 
inge. 

1559. IToT. 80, Margaret, da. of Mr. Henry 

Maninge. 

1560. Jnne 8, ^hn, son of Mr. George Msa- 

inge. 

1561. Jan. S6, Thomas, son of Mr. Oeorge 

Msainge. 
1664. May 3, Katherine, da. of Biohard Man- 
inge. 



1571. April 8, Anne, da. of Richard Maniage. 
1573. Deo. 8, Henry, son of Biohard Maninge. 
1686. Jan. 80, Nicholas, son of Mr. Pieter 
Maninge. 

1587. Jan. 80^ fiartholomew, son of Mr. Pieter 

Maninge. 

1588. Feb. 2, Henrie, son of Mr. Pieter Man- 

inge. 
1590. Oct. 26, PeraraU, son of Mr. Pieter 

Maninge. 
1691. Feb. 6, Peter, son of Mr. Peter Maninge. 

1593. June 99, Blia., da. of Mr. Peter Maninge. 

1594. Jnly 14, Ann, da. of Mr. Peter Maninge. 
— March 3, Katherine, da. of Mr. — Man- 

hige. 

159ft. Not. 23, Oeorge, son of Mr. Peter Man- 
inge. 

1696. Not. 1, Henry, son of Mr. — Manii^. 

1597. Sept. 16, Doritie, da. of Mr. Peter Man- 

inge. 

1 598. March 26. Rich., son of Mr. — Maninge. 
1598. Jan. 14, Katherine, da. of Mr. Peter 

Maninge. 
1602. Dee. 88, Edward, son of Mr. Peter Man- 
inge. 

1613. Sent. 6, James, son of Mr. Bartholomew 

Mannynge. 

1614. April 12. Oeorge, son of Mr. Bartholo- 

mew Mannynge. 



MABELieBS. 



1540. Ang. 18, Mr. Oeorge Maninge and Joan 

Wallis. 
1560. Not. 28, Thomas Lambert and Anne 

Manninge. 
1588. Not. 26, GriiBn Greene and Elizabeth 

Maninge. 
1690. Sept. 27, Thomas Butler alsi Barton and 

Blatherine Maninge. 



1608. Jane 11, Matthew CoTiB and Anne 



uunge. 
1618. Jnly 89. FerdTaU Maninge and Anne 

woode. 
1686. Feb. 21, Thomas Maning and Marie 

Knight. 



BirUALB. 



nge 
,aa. 



1548. March 10, John Maninge the elder. 
'.6, Bos 
Laninge 

1554. Jnne 80, John and John, sons of Mr. 
George Maninge. 

1557. Oct. 28, Nicholas, son of Mr. George 
Maninge. 

1563. May 20, Henry, son of Mr. Heniy Man- 
inge. 

1583. May 8, Mr. Oeorge Maning. 

1683. Jnne 6, Josn Maninge, " his wyif.'* 

1696. June 30, Katherine, da. of Mr. Oeorge 
Maninge. 

1597. Oct. 7, Dorithie, da. of Mr. Peter Man- 
inge. 



1554. Aug. 6, Bose Maninge, da. of Mr. Oeorge 
Maninffe. 



1608. Oct. 6, Katherine, da. of Mr. Peter Man- 

inge. 

1609. — Emma, the wife of Biohard Man- 

inge. 

1614. Jnly 9. Bichard Maninge. 

1616. July 13, George, son of Mr. Bartholo- 
mew Maninge. 

1621. Dec. 10, Mr. Peter Maninge. 

1621. Jane 10, Edward Maninge, his son. 

1623. April 97, Mr. Bartholomew Maninge. 

16X9. June 8, Maria, wile of Mr. Thomas 
Maninge. 

1630. Deo. 3, Aebe, da. of Henry Maninge. 

1633. Feb. 6, Eliaabeth, wile of Mr. Peter 
Manmge. 



IB8CBIPTI0B OB A BBAB8 PLATB, DOlflTB CHURCH. 



" Hie jacet Johanes Maning et Agnea uxor 
eius filio et coheres Joh*is Petle de Trowem*' 
qui quidom Joh'es obiit A^ Dai mccccc 
xliij quor* aiabe ppicief Deus. Amen." 

Arms ; — Manning impaling Petley. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KKNT. 



85 



ST. MAST CSAT SBaiSTEK. 



BXPTZ8K8. 



1683. 



58i. 
585. 

587. 
688. 

688. 

690. 

609. 

619. 
612. 
61S. 

614. 

614. 
616. 

617. 

617. 
617. 

619. 

619. 
620. 

631. 

624. 
697. 

6S0. 
639. 

648. 

84S. 

644. 



Aag[. 4, Bdward, son of Henry If ui- 
mnge. 

Oct. 8, John, son of James MMminee. 

April 31, Edmund, son of Henry Man- 
ninge. 

Jan. 3, Edmund, son of Hugh Msnninge. 

Ma:r 9, Elizabeth, da. of James Man- 
ninge. 

Oct. &, Margaret, da. of Henry Man- 
ninge. 

June IS, Jeremy son of Heniy Man- 
ninge. 

Jan. 14, George, son of Mathewe Man« 
ninge. 

Hay Is, Ann, da. of John Manninge. 

Not. 29, William, son of John Manninge. 

Not. 11, Henry, son of Matbew Man- 
ninge. 

April 26, Margaret, da. of John Man- 
ninge. 

Deo. n, Anne, da. of Jeremy Manninge. 

Sept. 1, Margaret, da. of Jeremy Man- 
ninge. 

March 30, Elisabeth, da. of Tol^e Man- 
ninge. 

Oct. 8, Elisabeth, da. of John Manninge. 

March 10, Edward, son of Edward Man- 
ninge. 

Oct. 23, Isabell, da. of Jeremy Man- 
ninge. 

Oct. 3, Eichard, son of Tobre Manninge. 

Feb. 4, Jeremye, son of Jeremie Man- 
ninge. 

March 14, Bobert, son of Tobye Man- 
ninge. 

Oct. 6, Tobias, son of Tobias Manninge. 

March 27, William son of Tobias Man- 
ninge. 

May 6, Janet, da. of Tobias Manninjge. 

Feb. 21, Mathew, son of Mathew l&n- 
ninge. 

Jan. 14^ Jeremy, son of Jeremy Man- 
ninge. 

Feb. 38, Benjamin, son of Mathew Man- 



mnge. 
arch 11, 



Marei 



Anne, da. of Jeremy Man- 



ninge, junyor, was borne. 
644. Feb. 16, Anne, da. of Mathew Manninge. 
660. June 86, Sanm Mannyng, da. of Jeremy 



646. 
666. 

580. 
684. 
686. 
611. 
618. 

583. 



ManuTDg. junyor, was borne. 
Feb. 11,'Midiolas, son of Mathew Man. 



nmi 



Apnl a), Edward, son of Edward Man- 
nyng, Esq. 



KAXBIAOBS. 



Jan. 26, Henry Donmole and Oislye 

Manninf^. 
May 17, Bachazd Manninge and Susanna 

Wood. 
Dee. 82, John Botlye and Ursula Man- 

ninge. 
Mmt iM, Tobye Mannynge and Margaret 

Jan. 80, John Boise and Bliaabeth Man- 
ninge. 



657. Oct. f , Elisabeth, da. of Edward Man- 

nyng. 

658. March 15, Thomas, son of Edward Man- 
nyng. 

660. May 32, Anne, da. of Edward Mannyng. 

661. Not. 10, Charles, son of Edward Man- 

nyng, Esq. 

668. Oct. 8, K»therine, da. of Edward Man- 
nyng. 

664. Jomi, the son of Jeremy Mannyng, was 
bom the 23 day of NoTember and was 
baptised the 14 day of December. 

668. Feb. 24, Jeremy Mannyng, son of Jere- 
my Mannyng, bom. 

670. Anne Mannyng, the da. of Jeremy Man- 
nyng, was bom the 26 day of August 
and was baptised the 22 day of De- 
cember. 

675. Not. 1, Mary, da. of Jeremiah Mannyng. 

675. Not. 16, Mary, da. of Jeremiah Man- 
nyng. 

675. December 19, Ann, da. of Benjamin Man- 

676. Sept. lu, Flranoes, da. of Jeremyah Man- 

nyng. 

680. Not. 26, Sarah, da. of Jeremiah Man- 

nynge. 

681. Not. 29, John, son of Nicholas Man- 

nynge. 

681. March 23, Katberine, da. of Jeremiah 
Mnnnynge. 

683. June 11, Mary, da. of Nicholas Man- 
nyng. 

685. July 9, Joanna, da. of Nicholas Man- 

nynge. 

686. April 10, Edward, son of Mr. Edward 

Mannyng. junior. 

687. May 4, Anne, da. of Mr. Edward Man- 

nyng. 

688. May 1, Bichard, son of Mr. Edward 

Mannyng. 

689. July 5, E&abeth, da. of Mr. Edward 
Mannyng. 



693. July 6, Edward, son of Mr. Edward 

its 

Mannyng. 



lannyng, bom ; baptised July 12th. 
695. Not. 18, Mary, da. of Mr. Edward 



697. April 9, Bichard, son of Mr. Edward 

Mannyng. 
703. July 10, Henry, son of Mr. Edward 

Mannyng. 
703. Sent. 14, William, son of Mr. Edward 

Mannyng. 



638. Mar 8, John Brooke and Margarett 

Mannyng. 
638. Not. 13, Mathew Mannynge and Anne 

HalfVMunT. 
670. June 19, Thomas Oawtone and Anne 

Manning. 
705. Feb. 6, John Mannyng and Ann Bean. 
707. March 30, Mr. Stephen Parker and Mrs. 

Anne Mannyng, widow. 



BVBIAL8. 

Majr 3, John, the son of William Man- 
ninge. 



Dge. 
May 35, Thomas Manninse. 



Ag< 



583. 

563. JoljT 9, Elinor, the wife of Thomas Man- 
ninge. 
1584. Ang. 31, Edmund, son of Hugh Man- 
ninge. 



1585. July 13, Margaret, wife of John Botlye. 
1603. June 22, Katherine, wife of Henry Man- 
ninge. 

1603. Oct. 16, Thomas Manninge. 

1604. Jan. 33, Bichard Mannynge, junior. 

1605. Sept. 36, Bichard Mannynge the elder. 



86 VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



1808. Jufy 10, Banmell Mumynge, son of 

Henry. 
1611. Juljr 30, Henry, son of Mathew Maq. 

ninse. 
1614. June 16, Henry Manhise, gent. 

1617. March 26, Frances, wife of JaoMa Man- 

mnge. 

1618. Not. 1, Eliiabetb, the da. of Tobye 

Mamnge. 
1691 Aug. 28, Eliaabeth, the da. of John 

ManinflT. 
1621. Sept. 12, Bicharde, the sonne of Tooby 

Maninge. 
1634. Not. 18, George Maiminge. 
162^. June 20, Richard the eon of Bdward 

Maning, gent. 



1690. May SO, Elisabeth 

1691. Sept. 15, Katherine Mannyng. 

16S8. Sept. 7, Jsna, the daughter of Tobias 

Manning. 
1640. Feb. 11, Bdward Manoynge, gent. 
1666. April 2, Tobias Mannynge, gent. 

1670. May 26, Willinn Mannyng, g«nt. 

1671. Not. 14, John Manning. 

1678. April 1, Thomaa, the son of Jeremias 

Manning. 
1674. Oct. 6, Ann Manning, wife ef Mattbew 

Manning. 
1676. Jan. 94, Sarah, tbedangkterof Jeremiaa 

Manning. 
1678. Oct. 94, Mary, da. of Nicolas Maning. 
167B. April 1, Mary,daaehterofBen. Maning 



8T. MAST CSAT. 
MAKHINO UrSCBIFTIOXS. 

On Bra$8 Plate. 



** Here Richard Maiming lica, who sone of The. Maning* canic 
He dwelt & dyed at Manings Hall old Homeetalle to y^ name 
Zelovs of Gocb trrth, hateing sin to honest men right kinde 
HoTskeper good & joyed mych to welcome frem & frynd 
Good wif a nelper nt he had assiated wiUi Gods grace 
In tv\ ripe yeres he died & hath a bleesed place 
Hee departed Septemb. 22o a9 1606 the 72 jere of his age." 

Arms : — On a cross patonce, between four trefoils a cresofflit. 

On a BroBB Plate. 

** Here l^eth bvryed the body of Bichard Manning sone of John Manning, Gent, who 
tooke to wife Bachael one of y« davghters and ooheyres of William White cf Hamsteed 
in Middlesex with whome having happily Ijved to the serrioe of God and reliff of the 

EK>re 39 yeares in the 68 yeare ot his age he djed withovt issve the 18 of Janvary 16M 
s wife yet sTrriving pyrposeth by Gods permission to be here interred by him at hir 
death, in whose fellowship she enjoyed y* comfort of her life." 

" Here lyeth intered the bodjr of Cap* Nieasius Bussell Cittixen of London who mar- 
ried Ann y* Daughter of Jeremiah Manning of this Parish who had by her issue two 
sons and four daughters. He departed this life y« 12^ No^*' Anno Dni 1701 aged 69 
yeares and 4 months." 

" Under a stone in the chancel lyes buried the Bodj of Thomas Mannyng of CHiffords 
Inn London Gent, and of y* exchequer office, second son of £dw. Mannyng Esq. of this 
Parish, he dyed unmarried the 16 day of NoTcmber in the jear of our liora 1704." 

Arms: — ^A cross patonoe between four trefoils. 

On a Black Marble Chravettone. 

" Here lyoth Edward Mannyng son of Edward Mannyng Esq. A Ann his wife, 
daughter to Qetrej Nightingale of Newport Pond in Essex Esq. He dyed Feb. 11th 
Anno Domini 1640 being the 66th yeare of his age, and she August the 14th anno 
domini 1669 in the 79th year of her age. Bichard Mannyng Esq. died April the 24th 
1763 aged 64 years." 

Above the inscription are Uie following arms : — 1 and 4, Manning ; 2, Cherfold ; 
3, Brockhill ; and below, the arms of Manning impaling per pale ermine and — 
a rose. 

North tide of Communion Table, on a Boarded Panel. 

" This altar was erected by Stephen Parker Esq. and Ann his wife daughter of Sir 
Henry Onslow, to the happy memory of her three children, Edward, Elisabeth, and 
Ann Manning, who all died single and arc interred in the chancel by their father Ed- 
ward Manning Esq." 

Arms : — Manning. 



[Simon ^ 
onioem si 



[BobertuB Manning, a° 83 Edw. I. 
et 3 Edward II.] 



[8J 
46 



Jo* 
Jo 



[WiUielmuB Wallia, pater = [C 
Walteri Wallifl.] 



80" 



lichf 



Bichardos Manning de S* Mary Cray = 
filiuB secundiu. I 



Thomas. = 



Johannes Manning de eadem gen. 



Willielmus. btrdus. 



I 



[Bichard Edwardus = Anna filia [Bii 



n 



Manning, Manning 
of Man- juris pen 
ning's tus. 

HaU, bur^ 
at S< Mary 
Cray.] 



Thonue s. p.] 
Willough- 
by Decani 
Boffensis. 



ionardus, ^= [Bachel, [Anna, [Thomas [Joha{^ta 

da. and uxor Manning, uxor fxioizise 

coh. of ThomsD duxit Hcnripiitia 

William Lambert.] Mariam Welsl^ CBin- 

White. BoUey, de ^ii»oett 

Hasted Surr.J [renup- 

MS. 6607.] 

'^ mUit. 



Edwardus Manning de eadem gener: [ob. Feb. = Anna filia Ghdfiidi Nightingale cl 



11, 1640, »t. 64 ; bur' at S* Mazy Cray]. 



CO. Essex ar. [ob. Aug. 14, 166q 



Anna. 



Bicardus Manning 
et. 18 annor. 1620. 



Thomas filius 2 [ob. 
Nov. 16, 1704, s. p.] 



Edward 
[marriec' 



[Edward Mannine, ob. Dec. 28, = [Ann, da. of Sir H. Onslo\4 
1703, et. 49 ; bui? at Cray.] | She remarried Stephen Fat^Ued by 

pia 

oppido 

Tnde 



I 
[Elisabeth, 

ob. 8. p.] 



[Edward, 
s. p.] 



I 
[Anne, 

8. p.] 




VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 87 

Ob • Blaek MarbU OtoouUm*. 



QoarUrlj, 1 tnd 4, Uuuing; SiChirfoldj 3, BrockhiU ;— impaling Onslow. 
" Here IjMli intoned the bod; of Ednrd MumTng the son of Edmrd Uuinjng 
Eiqie. who Dumad the onlj daa^hter of Sir Henr; O:ulow of Diungwick in the caunCj 
of susaei Ent., who had iHUe bj her IG childrea 9 whereof are here int«md Itatinff 
Eliubetb, Edward. Ann, Uarr, Kichard and Thonua JCannyng now liTeing. He d;ed 
the 23d of December 1703 aged 40 yean." 

On a fiat aiont, partly covtrad by Ptm. 

" In Hem . . . Hn. Ann W . . . lato of thii Pariih . , . thie life tlie 90 . . . aged 67 
yean. She was (^randdanghter to Jeremiah Mannins late of thia pariah Oent. Alao 
Ur. Jeremiah Abbott late of thia Pariah who departed thii fifb March 23, 178!, aged 77 
Tean. Alio of Ui. Jsremiah Abbot Qiild who died Sept. S, 1866, aged 71 Jtan. 



In Middli JUh. 



" Here Ijeth interred the bodr -d Homy Manning who departed this life the 6th daj 
ofOctober 1736 aged 7S ynn.''^ 



VISITATLON OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



that many persons been moued of noUe 
and gentile oourttgo to eierciso Tertuon* 
m&imers and oonditionB bj the which, with 
Gtoddes grace, shal oome to the perfiso. 
tion of gnat honour. Of which penoni, 
aod aforecud one in especial, whose name 
is John Oiinden, gentjlmaD, tender!; vnj- 
ing and raquiring mee the njd GyanKing 

at Armee, to search for the armea of the 

Mjdo John. WhereuppoD I, the ae^de 
0;an Eins atte Amies, atte prajer, in- 
stance, and request of the sejde John, haue 
made herein due search, »od found the 
right srmes of the seyde John sa their pro- 
genitors tTDis out of mjnde hare borne 
them. That ia to s*;, bee beareth Syluer 
iii Oien sabul, armed with gooldjs, a 
cheueryn of the same. Whioh arma I 
conrenne to the sejde John Oiinden, and 
to the heirea of his bodj lawfully begotten 
without impechment of anj person for euer- 
more. In witnet whereof to these letters I 
haue sette the seale of niyne annee and my 
sigae manual the mt day of Februair, in 
the iiiiij jeare of the raigne of King 
Harry the Siit. __ 

JOHN WBTXWOBTH. 

Arms : — Quarterly ; 1 and i, Oxeoden. S and S, Brookar. 



" This above written is a true capye of an autieut original in the luods of my ooiin. 
Major Henry Oiinden, of Brooke, in Wiugham. Witness mee Hen. Oiinden, of 
Deoton. olim de Barham. 

" Hemonndum that EUas Aihmole, Esq., Wmsor herauld, and B' Edward Walker, 
K<, Ghutar King att Armes, when in the yeare 1664 I shewed them the teatimonial 
mentioned under Oyan King att Armes of the Duche of Gyan, they were much 
pleased it the nght thereof, and said the like was not easily to be seen. 

" Jan. IS, Ift^. Hy ooiin Philpot, the herald, told mee that our ehrest was giuen in 
the time of Henry the Siit, 

" Hemorandum that S^ Junes Oiinden, E>, hath a will of one Richard Oiinden, of 
Wingham (which hee shewed mee), dated Sept. 16, anno regni regis Ed, 4 post con- 
quesCum nono, vii. 146fl, whereby it appeweth that John Oiinden waa father of 
Kichard Oiindeu. and had to wife one Agnes, and Bichatd to wife one Alice, upon the 
label of wlii<4i will the seale of the same coate of armes the Oxindans now use is ijn- 
preaaed,"— ' Onadfls Diary,' bg Bmry Oxemdn, of Bm-jbua. 



[2 Catharma, 
filia Jaoobi 
Culling, de 
South Sar- 
hain, man*. 
Sept. 15, 
1640.] 



P 



1 Henricus = 
Oxenden, de 
Barham. [bor. 
in St. Paul's 
parish of 
Oanterbuiy^ 
Jan. 18, 
1608; bapt. 
Jan. 22. 



1 Anna filia Sa- 
muelifl Peyton 
Baronetti. [*'nata 
apud Knolton, Maii 
26,1612; marr. 
Dec. 28, 1632 ; ob. 
apud Ghreat Majde- 
ken, Aug. 28, 1640, 
jaoet in sacrario de 
Denton."] 



2 JaoobuB. [de Goodneston, bo. 1612 ; m. Maria, 
da. and h. of John Ridley, Bector of Preston, 
1642 ; ob. Sept. 5, 1660J. 

3 Bicardus. [bapt. apud Barham, Dec. 12, 1613]. 
[4 Adam, nat. 1612 ; ob. Oxon. 1643.] 

1 Eatharina. [bo. 1610 ; m. Thomas Barrow]. 

2 Elizabetha. [bo. 1616 ; m. Jacob Lore]. 



[2 Maria, 
nata apud GK. 
Maydeken, 
July 17, 
1648 ; ob. Ist 
March, 1649 ; 
bu. at Den- 
ton.] 



[3 Anna, nata 
apud Gt. 
Maydeken, 
Feb. 4, 1649 ; 
ob. Mar. 1 
8e<ment. ; bu. 
at Denton.] 



Thomas 
Oxenden. 
[natus apud 
GK. Maydeken, 
1633; m.Eliz., 
da. and h. of 
Francis Ed- 
wards, of 
Nowds, in 
Lynsted,1652; 
ob. 1668 ; 
bu. in St. 
George's, 
Southwark]. 

I 

[Richardus Oxenden, nat. apud Great Maydeken, 
in Barham, Noremb. 6,1666.] 



Margareta 
Oxenden. 
[nata apud 
Maydeken, 
Apr. 17, 1686; 
m. to John 
Hobart, of 
Quarrin^ton, 
in Mersham]. 



I 
Elisabetha 
Oxenden. 
[nata apud 
Barham, Maii 
26, 1636; m. 
1st to Thomas 
Wood, Bector 
of Staple, 
Aug. 2, 1665, 
2ndly, July 7, 
1666, to Mr. 
Andrew 
Smythet, of 
Buckland]. 



I 
[Henricus, 

natus, bapt. 

and ob. April 

22, 1637.] 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



89 



EXTBACTS FROM REGISTEBS. 



WINOHAM SBOIBTBB. 



157|. Feb. 17, Meroy Oxenden, dmnghter of 

« Edwud Oxenden. 
1680. Julj IS, J»ne Oxenden, daofl^ter of Sd- 

ward Oxenden. 
1683. Sept. 26, Kfttherine Oxenden, dsoghter 

to Edward Oxenden. 
1&S|. Jan. 17, PriioiU* Oxenden, daughter to 

Bdward Oxenden. 
1686. April 4, Elisabetli Oxenden, daughter of 

Henry Oxenden. 
1686. Mar 22, Elisabeth Oxenden, daughter of 

Bdward Oxenden. 

1686. Auff. 28, James Oxenden, son of Heniy 

Oxenden. 

1687. Sept. 24, Hanaret Oxenden, daughter 

of Bdward Oxenden. 

1688. Aug. 4, Biohard Oxenden, aon of Henry 

Oxenden. 

Sept. 22. WOHam Oxenden and Henry 

Oxenden, twin eona of Bdward Oxen- 
den. 

1007. Aug. 28, Anna, daughter of Mr. James 
Oxenden, " and buried in Feb. 1704." 
[This is a subsequent addition to ori- 
ginal entary.1 

160|. Jan. 6, B£ary Oxenden^ daughter of Sir 
James Oxenden, Knight. 

16(f . Jan. 32, Elisabeth Oxenden, daughter of 
ffir James Oxenden, Elnight. 

1612. June 2, Sibilla Oxenden, daughter of Sir 
James Oxenden, Knight. 

1816. JnlT6, James Oxinden, son of Sir James 
Oxinden, Kt. 

1617. May 27, Marnret Oxenden, daughter of 

Sir James Oxenden, Knt. 

1618. Auk. 2, Jane Oxenden, daughter of Sir 
Ja - . — - 



Tames Oxenden, Knt. 

^ril 6, Owngp Oxind 

James Oxindten, Knt. 



1620. April 6, Oeorge ^nden, son of Sir 



1620. Sept. 9, Henry Oxinden, son of Henry 
Oxinden. 



BAPTISMS. 

63S. Mar 27, William Oxinden, son of Henry 

Oxinden. 
626. April 25, William Oxinden, son of Sir 

James Oxinden. 
626. June 14, Mary, daughter of Mr. Henry 

Oxinden. 
62f . Feb. 4, Christopher, son of Sir James 

Oxinden, Knight. 
630. April 1, Anne Oxinden, daughter of 

Henry Oxinden, gentleman. 
641. A]^ril4, James Oxinden, son of Henry Ox- 

mden. Esquire, and Bliaabeth his wife. 
649. Aug. 6, Juie Oxenden. 

660. Oct. 28, William Oxinden, son of Mr. 
Henry Oxinden, Esquire. 

661. Oot. 81, George Oxinden. 
66}. March 16, Bichard Oxinden, son of Mr. 

Heniy Oxinden, Bsqnire. 

664. April 2, Anne Oxinden. 
666. Not. 22, Christopher Oxinden, son of 

Mr. Henry Oxinden, Esquire. 
668. March SO, Mary Oxinden, daughter of 
Mr. Henry Oxinden, Esquire. 

668. August 17, Mary Oxenden, daughter of 
Henry Oxenden, of Brooke. 

659. July 26, William Oxenden. 

669. Deo. 24, Elisabeth Oxenden, daughter of 
HeniT Oxenden, of Brooke. 

66f . Mar. 20, Henrietta, daughter of Mr. 

HemrOxenden, of Brooks, gentleman. 
663. IToT. 20, Henry Oxinden, son of Mr. 

Henry Oxinden, gentleman. 

665. Dec. 22, Bichard Oxmden, son of Captain 
HeniT Oxinden. 

Ml. Feb. 16, Sibilla Oxinden. 

674. June 29, Mistress Elisabeth, daughter of 

Sir James Oxinden, Knight, and the 

Lady Elisabeth his wife. 
1691. Sept. 18, EUsabeth, daughter of Bichard 

Oxinden, of Brooke, Esquire, and 

Mary his wife. 



168|. Jan. 9, William Brooker, son of Paul 

Brooker. 
1613. July 11, AUoe Brooker, daughter of Wil- 

ham Brooker. 
1616. Oct. 22, Dorothea Brooker, daughter of 

William Brooker. 
161|. March 14, Oeorge Broker, son of William 

Broker. 
162«. Feb. 27, Paul Brooker, son of William 

Brooker. 
1623. April 21, Ann, daughter of William 



Lpri 
B 



rooker. 



1626. Sept. 7, Dorothy, daughter of William 

Broker. 

1627. June S, Alice, daughter of William 

Brooker. 

1628. Axur- 31, William, son of WilUam 

Brooker. 
1631. Mar 8, Elisabeth Broker, daughter of 

WilHam Brooker. 
1641. Sept. 19, Edward, son of Henry and Ka- 

therine Brooker. 



167f . Jan. 20, Bdward Oxenden, gentleman, 

and Alice Fowler. 
1698. April 24, Edward Brooke Tof Barham, 

yeomanl and B£ary Oxenden. 
1606. Sent. 27, Mr. James Oxenden and Mrs. 

Margaret Nerinsonn. 
1630. April 27. Mr. Henry Oxinden and Mary 

[blank]. 



XABUAOXS. 

162f. 



1636. 
168|. 
1687. 



Jan. 2, Biehard Masters, gentleman, and 

Ann Oxinden. 
Jnbr 24, Mr. Thomaa Barrow and Mrs. 

Katharine Oxinden. 
June 4, Mr. James Piers and Mrs. Jane 

Oxinden, by licence. 
Sept. 21, Mr. Bichard Oxinden, of Deane, 

and Mrs. Mary Oxinden, of Brooke. 



1609. Not. 16, Thomas Tanner and Dorothy Brooker. 



90 



VISITATION OF THE COUKTY OF KENT. 



1676. 
1681. 

1686. 

1688. 

1697. 

161|. 

1617. 



lesf. 

16Sl 
1636. 
16S|. 
1643. 

1643. 

1647. 
1660. 
1660. 

1663. 
1667. 



April 10, WflHun Oxenden, Esquire. 
Juhr S, Christopher Ozenden, eon of 

Henrr Ozenden . 
M»T t, sUaftbe^i Ozenden, daughter of 

Henry Ozenden. 
Sept. 2, Elisebeth Ozeoden, wife of 

Henry Ozenden. 
Aoff. 6, Mr. Henxy Ozenden the elder, 

Biqaire. 
Feb. 5, Alice Ozinden, wife of Edward 

Ozinden, Esquire. 
M»f 37, STbill 6zenden, daughter of Sir 

James Ozenden, Knight. 
Deo. 8, Edward Ozenden, geotknuui. 
Sr Henrr Ozinden, Kt. 
KoT. 12, lir. WilUam Ozinden. 
Dec. 27, Ladj Marj Ozinden. 
Feb. 10, lir. James Ozinden. 
Oct. 24, Mary, daughter of Hemy Ozin- 
den, gentleman. 
Not. 10, Ifrs. Mary Ozinden, daughter 

of Mr. Heniy Ozinden, Esquire. 
Oct. 12, Henry Ozinden, gentleman. 
Sept. 28, Anne Ozinden. 
Oct. 26, Margaret Ozinden, dan^ter of 

Mr. Menry Ozinden, Esquire. 
July 9, William Ozinden. 
April 9, Mr. William Ozinden. 



BUBIAL8. 
1667. 



1669. 

166i. 

1671. 
1676. 



1676. 



1684. 
168|. 

1686. 
169|. 



1694. 
1696. 



Sept. 26, Sir James Ozinden, Kmght. 
Aug. 20, Mrs. Elisabeth Ozenden, wife 

m Sir HeniT Ozenden, Knight. 
Jan. 20, Wilnam Ozinden, son of Sir 

HenzT Ozinden, Knight. 
Jan. 6, Mrs. Ozinden, widow. 
Auf. 19, Mrs. Elizabeth, daughter of Sir 

James Ozinden, Slnignt, and the Lady 

Elisabeth his wife. 
Sept. 11, Henrietta, daughter of Lieut.* 

Col. Ozinden and Mrs. Margaret his 

wife. 
Deo. 4, Miati'Sis Anne Ozinden, daughter 

of laent.-Col. Hemy Ozinden. 
Feb. 8, William Ozinden, gentleman, 

eldest son of Henry Ozinden, of 

Brooke, Esquire. 
Aug. 28, Sir Henry Ozinden, of Deane, 

Knight and Baronet. 
Jan. d. The Lady Elisabeth Ozinden, 

widow and relict of the Honourable 

Sir Hemy Ozinden, Knight and Baro- 
net, deceased. 
Deo. 31, Ideut.-CoL Henzy Ozinden, of 

Brook. 
Lady Elisabeth Ozenden, wife of Sir 

James Ozenden, Knight and baronet, 

decesaed. Died Not. 1, buried Not. 7. 



1589. Not. 13, Josias Brooker, son of Paul 

Brooker. 

1612. May 13, Paul Brooker. 

1622. Not. 11, Dorothy Brooker, daughter of 

William Brooker. 
162|. March 21, Widow Broker. 



1626. May 1. Alice Broker. 

1626. Sept. 26, Dorothy Broker. 

1627. June 6, AHoe Brooker. 
163f . Feb. 3. William Brooker. 
166f . Feb. 10, Alice Brooker. 



MABDBV BBOI8TBB. 



1561. March, Abraham Broker, buried. 
166|. April, Jane Broker, wife of John Broker, 

buried. 
1670. March 11, James Broker, son of Bobert 

Broker, iMpt. 
167}. Not. 17, Solomon Broker, son of Bobert 

Broker, burd. 
Dec. 18, James Broker, son of Bobert 

Brooker, burd. 
167|. Oct. 6, Solomon Brooker, son of Bobert 

Brooker, bapt. 
167|. Not. 2, Maigery Brooker, da. of Bobert 

BrookOT, bapt. 
168|. Feb. 17. EUsabeth Brooker. burd. 
1689. April 14» Thomas Brooker, burd. 
1689. Sept. 18, —Broker, da. of George Broker, 

1698. June 3, Elisor, the da. of Solomoo 

Broker, bapt. 
1696. April 4, Bobert Brooker, son of S<domon 

Brooker, zd. 



1699. Dec. 27, Bichard, son of Solomon 

Brooker, zd. 
1601. Oct. 2, Solomon, son of Bobert Brooker, 

zd. 

160|. JuIt 1, Bichard, the son of Solomon 

Brooker, burd. 
160|. March 12, Margaret, the da. of Solomon 

Brooker, xd 

1610. April 9, Mary, da. of Jonas Brooker, 

zd. 

1611. Sept. 21, widdowe Brooker buried. 

1612. January 19, Anne, da. of Jonas Brooker, 

zd. 
1612. Jan. 20, Abraham Harper A Catherine 

Brooker, married. 
1612. Sept. 8, Marie, wife of Thomas Brooker, 

burd. 
1618. Oct. 24, John Brooker A Jone Yeedis, 

mard. 
1614. Jan. 16, John Woodgatt A Blisab. 

Brooker married. 



DBVTOV BBOIITBB. 



1620. May 23, Bichard Ozinden, gent., of the 

parish of Barham, burieiT 
163f . April 23. Henry, son of Hemy and Ann 

Ozinden, bnned. 
163{. April 23, Henry, son of Heniy and Ann 

Oxinden, of Barham, buried. 
1640. August 30, Ann Ozinden, the wife of 



HeniT Ozinden, of Barham, buried. 
167f . June 17. Mr Henry Ozinden (darke) 

buriea. 
167|. December 26. Mary, daughter of M 

Katharine Ozinden, buried. 
169|. September 16, Mn Ozinden, widow. 

Buried. 



1698. February 7, was buried Jeames Broker, 
gentleman, as he required in his last 
win. 



160|. April 23, was buried MnCeoiley Brooker, 
widow, of Barham. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



91 



BABHAM BBOI8TBB. 
BAPTUXS. 



1611. Jane 15, Margaret, dftnghter of Biolurd 

Ozenden, gentlemaa. 

1612. Ang. 16, James, son of Biohard Ozenden, 

gent. 

161S. Dec. IS, Bichard Oxenden, ion of Bich- 
ard Oxenden, genUeman. 

162|. Feb. 4, Adam, son of Mr Bichard Oxen- 
den, Baqoire. 

168]. Feb. 27, Thomaa, son of Henxy Oxinden, 
gentleman. 



1635. April 16, Margaret, danghter of Henry 

and Eluabeth Oxinden. 
1686. Jane 3, BUaabeth, dwaghter of Henrj 

and Elisabeth Oxinden. 
1637. April 22, Henrj, son of Henry and Ann 

Oxinden. 
1655. Not. 6, Bichard, son of Mr Thomaa 

Oxinden. 



1U.BUAGB8. 



1581. M^ 23, Henry Oxenden and Bliaabeth 

Broker. 
1642. Sept. 15, Henry Oxinden, centleman, 

and Catherine Collen [agea 18] . 

BUBXAL8. 



166}. Feb. 18, Sir Henrr Oxinden, widower, of 
Deane, to Maoam Elisabeth Dixwell, 
widow of Barham. 



1629. May 22, Mr. Bichard Oxenden, carried 
out of the parish and buried at Denton. 

1637. April 23, Henry, son of Henry Oxinden, 
gentleman, was carried out of the pa- 
riah and baried at Denton. 



1630. Ang. 30, Ann Oxinden was carried out 
of the parish and buried at Denton. 

1640. August M, Ann Oxinden, ^nt., (tie) 
waa carried oat of this parish and bu- 
ried at Denton. 



ST. PAUL 8, CAVTBBBUBT, BBOI8TBB. 

BAvnsxs. 



160}. Jan. 22, Henry, son of Bichard Oxenden, I 1610. June 28, Catherine, daughter of Bichard 
gentleman. | Oxenden. 



XABBXAOB. 



160|. Jan. 11, Bichard Oxenden, of Wingham, and Catherine BpraokUnge, of Canterbury, by 
licence. 



BXTBACTB VBOM ADDIT. MSB. BBIT. MU8. 6607. 

XABBIAOXB. 



1609. Marearet Oxenden, of Wingham, and 

William Brigham, A.M. 
1613. Wm. Oxenden, of Wingham, gent., and 

Dorothy OroTC, of St. Oregories, Cant. 
1618. Priscilla Oxenden and William Leonard, 

of Dover, Jurate. 
1620. Henry Oxenden, of Wingham, gent., Bt. 

Sa married Mary Yuall, et. 30, of 

Wingham. 
1632. Henry Oxenden, of Barham, gent., SBt. 

23, married Anne, da. of Sir Saml. 

Peyton, Knt. ft Bart., set. 20. 
1637. Jane Ozenden married Thomas Pearse. 
1640. Henry Ozenden, of Wingham, widr., 

mar. Mrs. Elis. Meredith, of Leeds 

Castle, da. of Sir Wm., Knt. ft Bart., 

Sir James Oxenden, Knt., his father, 

living. 



1642. James Oxenden, of Goodneston, «t, 29, 
mar. Marr, relict of John Pattison, of 
Preston, deed. 

1645. Elis. Oxinden, of Barham, «t. 29, mar- 
ried James Lone, of Preston, nr. Fe- 
Tersham, gent., «t. 40. 

1667. BUs. Oxinden, of Ospringe, s»t. 21, da. of 
Maiy, then the wife of Thomas Cator, 
Ticar of Ospringe, married Bobert 
Cumberland, vicar of Chilham. 

1669. Elis., widow or Thomas Oxinden, of Os- 
pringe, gent., married Peter Oreen- 
street, of Ospringe, ast. 25. 

1684. Margaret Oxinden, of Wingham, ast. S6, 
married John Benskin, of Woodnes- 
borough, gent., nt. 27* 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 

DBHTOV CHUBCH. 

[From tks Diary of Henry Oxenden, of Barham,'] 

** [1639. I layd the 4 graue stones in Denton chancel up on my ancestors, and sate 
up toe armes in the windows.] 

" Hie jacet Jacobvs Brooker de Maydeken in Barham, Generosus, cui fuit unica proles 
Elizabetha quam Henrievs Oxinden de Dene Miles in con'ubiu' duxit. idem Henricrs 
et Elizabetha jacent in ecclesia do Wingham. prfedictus Jacobvs obiit an' dni 1693. 
Mi. circiter 60. 



92 VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 

"Hie etiam jacet Bichardvs Oxinden filiiu aecundus Henrici Oxinden inilitis, et 
hasres Jacobi Brooker, obiit 20 Mail, 1620. Vizit annos 40, menses 9, diet o. 

" Hie jacet Henricvs filius secundua Henrici Oxinden et Annas rxoria ejus ob. bap- 
tiaatus 22 Ap. an^ dni 1637. 

'* Hie iacefc Eatherina uxor Bichardi Oxinden et fiHa dilectissima Adami Sprakeling 
militia ob. Dee. 8, 1642. 'Vlxit annoe cireiter 66. 

" Hie jacet Henricrs Oxinden fiUiu natu maximus fiichardi Oxinden, natus Jan. 18, 
1606. 

"Hie jacet Anna uxor Henriei Oxinden filia natu maxima fiamuelis Pejton de 
Knolton, militxa et Baronetti, ob. 28 Aug. 1640. Vixit annos 28, menses ^ dies 12. 

" Hie jacet Anna filia natu minima Henrici Oxinden de Maydeken in Barham, 
Armigeri, natus Feb. 4, 1640, obiit Martii 1, 1649. 

Progenitoribus mihi et Posteris hsec monumenta ego Henricvs Oxinden posui." 

[From the FauBsett M88.'] 

" In y* westmost window on y« south side (of the chancel) are these coats of arms 
painted on very small panes, one on a pane. 

Oxenden, impaling sable, semee of crosses crosslet argent, three cinquefoils of the 
last. — Oxenden ^ Thoitsham, 

Oxenden, impaling ermine, three bars aaure. — Oxendon 4f Barton. 

Oxenden, impaling g^les, semee of ... a lion rampant or. — Oxenden and Matting. 

Oxenden, impaling per saltire asure & gules, 2 fleurs de lis in pale argent. — Oxenden 
4* Yonge, 

Oxenden, impaling azure, a fess between shovellers aigent. — Oxenden ^ Wenderton, 

Oxenden, impaling gules on a chevron argent, 3 talbots passant uh\e.^Orenden ^ 
Brooker." 



WIVOHAM CHURCH. 

In the Dean Chantry. 



This Monvment was erected in ye year 1682, in memory of those of yt branch of the 
family of Oxinden seated at Deane, who ly interrd in this church, whose ancesters have 
flourished in this County for severall ages. 

Of this family was HenryOxinden, who built Deane House, second son to Edward 
Oxinden, of Brook, Esq'. This Henry had issue two sons, ye Gni named Edward, who 
became heir of Brook, and the second S' Henry, who became owner of Deane. This 
8r Henry, by Elisabath his wife. Daughter and heir of James Brooker, of Maydekin, in 
Kent, Esqr, left issue & James Oxenden, K^ in memory of who more especially, his third 
son, S* George Oxinden, K^ (who dyed at Surat, in East India, President for ye Hono^>« 
East India Company there, and Governor of ye Iseland and Castle of Bombay) gave a 
Legacy of £300 for ve erecting of this monvment. 

This Sir James dyed anno 1667, leaving Issue bjy his I<ady) Margaret, daughter of 
Thomas Nevison, of Eastry, in this County, Esq', Sir Henry Oxinden, K^ and Baronet, 
now living. 

Others of the family seated at Deane, who ly interr*d in this church, are Dame Elisa- 
beth, wife of ye first S' Henry, who dyed 2^ of Sept. 1688. Dame Margaret, wife of 
S' James, who dyed anno 1671. Dame Elizabeth, daughter of S' William Meredith, of 
Leeds Abby, in this County, Baronet, and 2^ wife to ye present 8' Henry Oxenden, K^ 
and Baronet ; she was buned ye 20 of Au^st, 1669. Dame Susanna, eldest daughter 
of ye said S' Henry and Dame Elizabeth his wife, who w^as married to S' Robert ^K>th, 
KS late Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, and dyed 27^^ of Octo', 1669. 

Under this monument are deposited the remains of Sir George Oxenden, Bart, late of 
Dean, in this parish, who, upon the death of his brother, 8^ Henry Oxenden, Bart., was, 
in the year 1720, chosen member for the Port of Sandwich, and had the honour of repre- 
senting the same in every successive parliament till the year 1763, when he voluntmly 
resigned bis seat, to the general reluctance of the Constituents. In the year 1726 he 
was made one of the Lor£ Commissioners of the Admiralty, and in 1727 was advanced 
to the board of treasury, both which honourable appointments he executed with dili- 
gence. Integrity, and Judgement. That strength of understanding and quickness of 
parts wliich nature hod so liberally bestowed upon him were so improved by education. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 93 

confirmed by habit, and refined by Taste, that he waa qualified to shine in the most 
exalted spheres of Life. Whilst ocupied in Parliamentary and Political Scenes, he pro* 
perly displayed the Talents most which are best suited to them ; and after having retired 
from public business, he was studious to cultivate the amiable duties of a private life aa 
a Grentleman. He had all the accomplishments requisite to his Station as a magistrate : 
the whole country profited by his ]9rudence, abilities, and activitv. Thus was he formed 
in every view to captivate attention and to secure esteem : cheerful, without levity ; 
generous, without profuseness; learned, but not pedantic; and tho' ever ready to com- 
municate his knowledge, by no means ambitious of displaying it. In his manners cour- 
teous and engaging, io his conversation brilliant and instructive, and in every quality 
requisite to adorn the Senatorial, the Social, or Domestic Character, There were but few 
equal, and none superior, to George Oxinden. He married Elisabeth, daughter and 
coheiress of Edmund Dunch, Esq., of Little Whittenham, Berks (Master of the House- 
hold to Queen Ann and Kine George I*'), by Elizabeth Gtxlfrey, his wife, niece to John, 
Duke of Malborough. Sir Henry Oxinden, the eldest and only survivor of 6 children, 
viz. Three sons and 2 daughters, thro' a dutiful and filial regard to his deceased parent, 
caused this memorial to ho inscribed, that future generations may know his merit and 
respect his memory. 

George Oxenden, LL.D., Dean of the Arches and Yicar Gtenerall of the Province of 
Canterbury, fiegius Professor of the Civill Law &, master of Trinity Hall, in the Vni- 
versity of Cambridge, third son of Sr Henry Oxenden, Ent. and Bart. Had issue by 
his wife Elizabeth three sons, Henry, James, and George, and dyed February, 1702 
Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Sr Bazil Dixwell, of Broom, Bart., dyed September, 1704. 

Sir Henry Oxenden, Baronet, son of the last named George, who is described at length 
on the south side of this monument, died the 16th of June, 1803, aged 81 years, at 
Broome, in the parish of Barham, the mansion house of the estate left to the family hj 
his great-uncle Sir Basil Dixwell, Baronet, and lies buried in the vault under this 
chancel, where also are deposited the remains of Dame Margaret, the wife of the said 
Sir Henry Oxenden, Baronet. She was the daughter & co-heiress of Sir George Chud- 
leigh. Baronet, of the county of Devon, A Departed this life the 30^ of March, 1803, 
aged 79 years. 

Elizabeth, the only daughter of S' James Oxenden, by his wife Dame Elizabeth, who 
dyed an infant, Au^pst, 1676. 

Jane Penrice, third daughter of S' James Oxenden, by Elizabeth his second wife, 
who dyed June, 1697, and ues interred by her mother. 

Bichard Oxenden, Esq', fourth son of S' Henry Oxenden, who by marrying Mary, 
the eldest daughter of Henry Oxenden, of Brook, Esq., became Proprietor of that seat, 
and dyed May, 1701, lying interr'd in the chancel belonging to this family. 

Vnder this monument lye interred S^ Henry Oxenden, Et A Bart., son of S' James, 
who married three wives; the first was Marv Baker, daughter of Robert Baker, of 
S* Martin in the Fields, in the County of MidcQesex, Gentleman, by whom he had issue 
only one daughter, who dyed an infant. His second wife was Elizabeth, the daughter 
of S' William Meredith, of Leeds Abby, in this County, Bart., by whom he had a nu- 
merous issue. His third wife was Elizabeth, daughter of William Bead, of Folkstone, 
Esq., and relict of Mark Dixwell, of Broom, Esq*", d;^ whom he had no issue. He dyed 
Auff', 1686, well belov'd by his Country, which he faithfully serv'd in the chiefest offices 
of Trust and Honour. 

Dame Elizabeth, third wife of S' Henry Oxenden above mentioned, who dyed Ja- 
nuary, 1691. 

Dame Elizabeth, daughter of Edward Chute, of Bethersden, Esa^ by Elizabeth, 
daughter of Mark Dixwell, of Broom, Esq., wife of Sir James Oxenden, K* A, Bart., 
now living, dyed the 1»» of November, 1696. 

In the Brooke Chantry. 

1684. M. S. In this Vpper part of this chancel lie buried the bodies of S' James 
Oxinden, Ent., buried Sep' 26, 1667 ; Elizabeth, wife of the present Sr Henry Oxinden. 
Knt & BaronS buried Aug* 20, 1669 ; William, son of the said Sr Henry, buried Jan. 
20, 1661 ; Susanna Booth, wife of S^ Bob. Booth, daur of the said S' Henry Oxinden, 
burd August 29, 1669 ; Margaret, relict of Sr James, Buried Oct. 18, 1671 ; Elizabeth 
daur of the present Sr James Oxenden and Elizabeth his wife, died an Infant, and was 
buried Aug. 19, 1676. 

Arms : — Oxenden, quartering Brooker. 



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the Toungeit diughler ot S' Senrj Oienden, K> A But., of Dean, in tbu County, a 
Lad; of nobis and eiKllent endonmanU botli of minil and bodj, prudrnt, wiie, geae- 
roui, and jijit, amiable in her maanen and fpracefull in her penon, which great perfee- 
tiona conducted her throuch a long and happy life, not onlj without reproach, but wiUi 
uuTenal approbation, and procured her from tho eArheat youth the re«pect and brtght- 
DOaa of character which ahe maintained with honour and dignity to the fulnew of her 
yeara, when, having arrived at the agn of 86, ahe departed tiuB Life at Canterbury, Dec. 
2fi, 1741. equally resetted by rich and poor, aequaintanoea, Friendi, and Betationi. 
Thii monument and luKription, due to her memory, her niece and Eiecutrii, H" Eli- 
labeth Uaater, of Brooke, hath cauaed to be put up here, a teatimoay of bet affection, 
having been heraelf a vitneaa of her virtue*. 

"OnaFlatSlooe inlaid with The Effieie* InBrasaof a Pervm in a Shroud A & Sana 
A G Daughtera. Another Fig- & a Coat nave been torn oif. 

" Here Ijeth buried the Bodje of Uenrye Oiinden, Eaquire, who builded that Houae 
in Winghatn called Deane, who departed thij Life the lat of Auguat,lGE>T, 
Idoda to Henry Oxinden, hia Son. IHace quid ea, et quid eria- *' 
(Anna ; Oiendcn, impaling a Gab between two flauuchet — for Sea.)' 

(Bryan FatLuiU, 1769.; 



(From Ou Oxtnihu MS.) 

"Hichardua Oiinden (fraterP) oatu minor Allani primtu 
berto eiceplo) cui uUum eat monumentum aepoltum in 
jacet in aacello aancti Mtchaelia ad eandem eocleaiam pertinenti: obiit Aug. 4, 1338, u1 
patet ei inacriptione aequenti auper '■'"■"■"■ nria oriontali part« parietu inamptam, 
quam ipae ego Henricui Oienden olim vidi 

" Hie r«)Ui(»cit in ^tia ft miaerimrdia 
Dn' Bicbardu* Oimden quondam 
Prior hujua ocdeais qui ob. Aug. 4, 133S." 



9 OT HEBBT OUBDEB OP BaBUAK, 1648. 
(From the caM of a silver wateh.) 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



(EDgniTed on  flat (ilTor p1*t«.) 

[It would ■pprar that tho Parker unu were imHled bj Henir Oiendea ui rigbt of 
hia HHiDd wife, Katherine, daughter of June* CuUiog. TtiB following DOt« from the 
Oiaiden ilSS. will ciplaio the connectioD between the Cullinff and Paiker Tuniliea :— 

'• Hem : that Eathcrine the aecond wife a! the eiid Hi?Dne her molhar'a name before 
■bee manned to Junes Culling of South Borham was Marie Allen daughter of Lc«h 
Parker liHer (o the Arcbbiihop of Canterbur;,"] 



Prom Will of Bickard Oitndta, of Wgtigkam, dated 16 Sept., 9 E. tV. 
ention of " Joh'ia Oiendcn, patrii mei." " Aeaea, mater mea." "Alidaoi.ui 
n modo preEnantem." "AgneUnn et UabelUm, Glial meaa." "Thome Oic 
lato mao dr et piacenario ciTitatig Lond'." 

[Thia Will it preceded by the following deed ;— 



A«. in paiochiiA de Wyngbam* Adelaham, WtLham, Uodneaton, No 
nnbergn, Ayuh juita Satidivicutn, Staple, Fregton^ & Chial^t neu alibi li 
Dat. apud n'jngbam duodecimo die menda Soptambria anno regni regit 



Edwardi quarti 



From WUlBf'JakaneOxytdtHo/f'paritlito/SfiintLaurtiu intliiltli o/TkaiuU," 
daM June, 14»i. 
" Mj body to be buryed in y* body of y« ohureb befor yt bye eroa. Unto Iiabell 
Kempe 1 sow and a gowne of wTolett. IFnUi Hnrkynnya vyie a blaoke kyrijU. Unto 
Jobn Kempe the anne of John Kempe an awe and a lambe and whan he romya to y« 
a^ of xTi jer j will y* aaid John have vj" Tiij^. Unto Alia Oxynden my beate gowne- 
Tu euery childe of John Lambyna, Bichard Lambyng and Rotiert Oiyndena a achepe- 
Unto John Lambyn ane hon end t* come of an acre oT whete. Alaiiy wrll he have a 
gyognete of ayluer y< whiche waa nya i^raundefathyra. Unto Richard Lambyn yecome 
of an acre of whele. Unto Kobort Oiynden all my alufie of my bouaholde y' a to 
aayo the halt chamhr and Lcchyn ij horaya. ij kenp. a kartc and a plowgh wilb there 
apparell and the come of ij acria barlj growyng in ihnfjlde and of ij in' wlicle also 
growvng in the fjlde. Alao I wy]l that the aayd Kobcrlea bame be fill fjnyahyd anit 
complete wjtb myne owne goodea. Alao I will that Ricbard Luabyn have iivi' 
Tiij'T AtaoBobcrtOienden il>. Alao Jobane Sloo have liij- iiijf Tbe residue ot iJl 



Frored 30 Sept. following. 



9C VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 

Will of John Oxenden ofNonyngioUy dated 10 May, 1610. 

" In tbo name of Ood Amen in the jere of o' Lorde Ood Mcccccx. the x daie t>f 
the moneth of Maie. I John Oxenden of the parish of Nonyngton heinge in good 
mynde make my wille m this maner of wise. First I bequeth my soule to Ahnighty 
God and to o' Lady and to all the blessed company of hevyn and my body to be buried 
in the church yard of Nonyn?ton. Also I bequeth to the high awtur there viij'. Item 
to o' Lady light there ij busshells of barley. Item to the rode light ij bu. of bsrley. 
Item I bequeth to the light of the brotheredof Jhu there at Nonyngton for to be praied 
fore a li' of wax and a quarter of barly. Item I wille at my bureing day v massys. Item 
att my monthes day v massys. Item at my yeres mynd t massys. The residewe of my 
goodes not bequeth I will it unto my wyie Alice to her disposicon and her I make 
myne executor and Symon Quylter, and 1 bequeth Symon for his lab* xx'- p'nt at this 
will makinge Sir Bogcr Coins vicar, John Swandon, Thomas Preston and Uarry 
Baron." 

From Will of Edward Oxenden, of Wynjhamj gentleman, dated June 4^ 1521. 

"Corpus meum scpelicnd* in cancello parochiali ibidem juxta sepulchrum Bicardi 
Oxenden armig' . . . Besiduum omnium honorum &c. do et lego Ahcie uxori mee et 
liberis in equalibus porcionibus inter e'>s dividend' . . . Hujus testamenti predictam 
Aliciam uxorem meam et Willielmum Oxenden filium meum meos veros executores 
constituo, er. D'uro Willielmum Cant' Archicpis* meum supervisorem." 

Mention of Alice Wood, widow of the said Bichard Oxenden ; of Henry, his own 
son ; and Mary, his daughter. Devises lands to Lis wife lor lile with remainder to 
William, his son. 

From Will of Robert Oxenden, of the parith of 8t, Laurence in the leU of Thanet 

dated 3 April, 1525, 

" My body to be buried in the churche yarde of the parishe at the west doro, yn the 
p'cessiun waye. To four of my godchildren that is hable to here me to churche to 
euery of thaym xii<*. to pra^ for me and my fadre and modre John Oxenden and 
Johane by name. Item 1 will that myne executors shall bye a stone of marbuU the 
price of iiij markes with a script'n upon it to leye uppon me. I will that Koger Pawlyn 
my son yn lawe have my stokke of xiu ior the space of xx yeres and at the xx veres 
ende xxu parcell of the said xl" to remayne to Alice my wife and her assigns and the 
other xxU to remayne to the said Boger Pawlyn for euer. Item I bequeath to Nicholas 
Hilles gent, Thomas Thaccher Bobert Curlyng and Boger Howlett my feoffees to euery 
of thaym xx'. Item I bequeath to Nicholas Spraklyng and his wiff xx^^. The residue 
of my goodes I bequeath to Alice ray wile whom I make and ordeyne myn executrice 
with ^ icholas Spruklyn myn executor. Also I make & ordeyne myn oversear Bichard 
Marshall of Dovor & he to have for his labor a young cowe. If the said Boger Pawlyn 
ibrtime to have by my daughter Johane an heire male then I will the same heir male 
male shall paye unto Kobert Spraklyng the son of Nicholas Spraklyng vjU xiij* iiij' and 
if it fortune the said Bobert Spraklyng happen to dye without issue then I will that all 
my lands & tenements shall remayne unto the next heir male of the body of my daugh- 
ter Elisabeth nowe the wife of Nicholas Spraklyng." 

Proved 29th April following. 

From Will of " William Oxenden, of Wyngam, eaquier,*' dated 26 March, 1576. 

" My body to be buried in the northo chauncel where I use to sett within the parrishe 
churche of "Wingara. To William Lovelace esquier sergeant at lawe the best gelding 
that I shall then have at his choice and likewise to him one ring of golde with ^ blew 
saphire being my best rin?* To William Crispe of Dovor Castle the seconde l)est gelding 
that I then shall have & likewyse to hym one other ring with a white saphire. To M* 
Cyryack Pettit one gowne grograine furred with black conye, one jerkyn of blak velvet 
liiide on with black lace & a sargeant ring. To M' Vyncent Engeham cne gowne of 
cloth faced withe martyns, one cote of bla£ veluet & an hoope of golde graven outward 
with certen frenche wordes.^ To my brother Henrye Oxenden my beste gownt> furred 
with martens & garded witli veluet and my signet whiche I use to weare. To the wife 
of my nephew Herdres one ring of golde withe a dyamonde poynted. To M" Crispe 
wyf to the sayd M^ William Crispe one ring with a turkys. To Mary Wyldgoose 
daughter of my sonne in lawe M' John Wildgooseone billament of gold, being my best 
and the next billament I geve to the wif of my sonne in lawe M' Alexander Wildgoosc. 
To ray brothers John Bobartes and William Bobartes to either of them xl*. My 
feoffees to grant by lease my lands to mj- nephew Edward Oxenden if he be then alyve. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 97 

To tlie fower younger sonncs of my said brother Heniye Ozenden thre poundes ▼}• Tiij<i 
to be paid half yerely during said term of ten yeres. Of this my present testament & 
last will I do ordeyn my nephew Richard Hardres etauier & I do geue hym for his 
paines my great horse, my hawk and spannells. The otiier of my executors I do apoint 
my brother Henry Oxendcn. The worsfalpfuU M* William Lovelace sargeant of the 
lawe my overser." 
Proved 23rd June following. 

From Will of "Henry Oxendem the elder, of the parish of Wyngham, eequier" deUed 

17 Dee., 37 ElixAeth, 

" In performance of my promise made to my brother William Oxenden in his lyfe 
time I gyre with Mary Oxenden late dwelling with the Lady Wilford £50 to be paid 
to her at the daye of ner maryage, so as she will be ruled and ordered by my oosen 
Itiehard Hardes esquier and Henry Oxenden xny sonno and the survivor of them in bestow- 
ing herselfe in maryage, desyring my cosen Itiehard Hardes esquier to paye other £50 
unto her at her daye of maryi^e according to his faithfuU promise made to my brother 
William Oxenden the elder. To Henry Oxenden my son fer his naturall lyffe all those 
6 acres of land in Wingham which I purchased of Olyver Baker and after the decease 
of the said Henry I will all those fy ve acres to James Oxenden the sonne of the said 
Henry Oxenden my sonne. But if it fortune that the said James dye without yssne 
male then I will y* all the said fyve acres shall remayne to Bichard Oxenden son of 
Henry Oxenden my sonne and to his heirs males, and for default of such yssue to the 
heirs males of Henry Oxenden my sonne it in default to William Oxenden my sonne 
& to his heirs males. To William Oxenden my sonne yerelv during his liffe £10. To 
Henry Saunder my godsonne £5 yerely for four yeares for and towards his mayntenance 
in learning on eondieon that his father do keepe him at schole. To Edward Oxenden 
my sonne the proffittos of all those landes which I holde by lease of the Queenes Ma*** 
called Upper Biackney on eondieon y< the said Edward my sonne & his heires males do 
paye unto the said Henry Oxenden my sonne during his life the sum of £4 by even por- 
cons at the foredore of my said mancon house called Deane. If the said Edward 
Oxenden dye without issue male or make default of payment this devise to be utterly 
void, and the said hdward Oxenden my sonne & his heires males to take no benefit by 
this my win. I give the original lease and leases and the residue of the torm of yeres, 
and landes oslled Upper Biackney, Nether Blacknev and Medfield not be<|ueathed unto 
Henry Oxenden my son whom I make executor, ana I request my eosen Richard Hardes 
es luier to be my overseer ani I bequeth unto him for his paynes one of my best horses 
or guyldinges." 

Proved 27 Aug. 1697. 

From Will of Katherine Orindet^, 1642. 

'* I, Katherine Oxinden, widow, in the county of Kent & parish of Barham, being in 
health & being in perfect memory, I thanke God, do bequeath my soule to God my 
Maker and to Jesus Christ my Redeemer, & my body to be buried in the chancell 
of Denton soe neare my husband as may be. I miUce my sonne Henrie Oxinden 
my executor, and I give my daughter Barrow one ring enameld with blew, and to mv 
sonne James Oxinden a bedstead and all belonging to it, & I give him a little silver 
salt & half a dozen of pewter, and one great brasse pot, and a little one. I give my 
sonne Richard Oxinden forty shillings to buy him a ring, which mony my daughter 
Elisabeth shall pay a quarter of a yeare after my decease. I give my dauo^hter Eliza- 
beth Oxenden my boxe of drawers & all that is in them. I give her my red cabanet & 
all that is in, except one ring enamelled with black. Itom, I give her the trunk which 
is at my sonnes Barrowes and all that is in it; there is a great gilt rup & other 
thinges. ... I give my sonne Adam one silver tanker, a silver sugar boxe, a little silver 
forke hee has of his owne in my keeping, a silver tanker, six spoones marked K. S.,* 
a silver cup. I also give him a damaske cloth & a dozen of napkins to it & a towell. 
I give him six peeces of pewter, by me Kathren. Oxinden.'*f No. 24, 1642. 

Will of Henry Oxenden, 1613. 

** To all Christian people to whom this p'nt writeins; shall come. I Henry Oxinden of 
Twitham in the parish of Wingham in the countie of Kent, gentleman, sendeth greeting 
in owr Lord God everlasting. Know ye me the said Henrie Oxenden, out of the natu- 

* Intended for Kstherinp, Lad.v Sprakeling, mother of Katherine Oxenden. 
t She deceased, December S, 1642. 

G 2 



98 VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 

rail affection which I beare vnto my luveng brother William Oxinden of Brooke, in the 
Mud parish of Wingham gentleman and upon assured confidence that hee will performe 
the trust reposed in him, doe giue, graunt, and conferme by this p'nt writeing vnto him 
the said William Oxenden all mj goods, chattes («*<*), and household stuffe and whole 
personall estate whatsoever, wheresoever the same shall bee, or in whose hands soever itt 
shalbe found. To haue and to hold the said goods, cattells, howsehold stuffe and whole 
p'sonall estate vnto him the said William Oxinden, his heires and assignee, for the vse and 
Dehoofo of Henry Oxinden, William Oxinden, Katherine Oxinden, Mary Oxinden, and 
Ann Oxinden the children of mee the said Henry Oxinden, to bee disposed of vnto them by 
the said William Oxinden after my decease, when and in such manner as hee shall thinke 
most meete and conveniente. Provided alwayes that the said William Oxinden my 
brother shall giue vnto Mary Oxinden, my loveing wife, out of the said household stuffe the 
best bedd and the best bedstecddle, one bolster, one pillow, two pillowe beeres, two paire 
of shectcs, twoblanketts and a rugg matt, bed rope, vallence, curtainesand curtainerods 
for the vse of her the said Mary Oxinden for ever imediatly aiter my decease. Prorided 
alsoc that hee the said William Oxinden or his heires shall and will paye vnto the said 
Mary Oxinden my wife, during the terme of her naturall life, the summe of twenty 
pownds ycarely, to bee paid vnto her quarterly, by five pounds of lawefull money of 
England every quarter out of the lands of the said William Oxinden, tfor the assurance 
of which twenty pownds vearely to the said Mary my wife the said William Oxinden 
my brother hath promised before the witni^sses to this p'nt deede to make and scale to 
the said Mary my wife an anuitie sufficient in lawe withmone moneth after my decease. 
In wittncs wnerof I the said Henry Oxinden vnto this my p'nt writting haue put my 
hand and seale dated the seven and twentith day of May in the nineteeneth yeare uf 
the raigne of our sou'aigne Lord Charles by the grace of Ood King of England Scot- 
land ffrance and Ireland, defender of the faith &c. Anno domini 1643. Signed, sealed, 
and deliuered in the p'nce of Edward ffUlom, George Brioes." 
Nov. 0, 1660, eman'vit oommissio Will'mo Oxinden, &o. 



From Will of Bichard Oxiu<Un, of Barham, 1629. 

*^ . . First, I giue and beaueath unto my deare and beloued wife Katherine, and to Henry 
Oxinden my sonne, all ana singular my moueable goods, chattels, plate, & implements 
of household equally to be diuided betweene them, which sayd Katnarine, my wife and 
Henrie my soune I make, constitute, & appoint exectuors of this my last Will and 
Testament. Item, I giue and bequeath all and singular my landea, tenements, & here- 
ditaments whatsocuer lying and being within the County ot Kent or realm of England 
unto the aforesaid Henrie my eldest sonn, & to his heires for euer. Item, I giue & 
bequeath unto Katharine my eldest daughter the full summe of three hundred pounds 
of currant English money, to be paid her by my sayd executors at her full age of 
eighteen yeares. Item, I giue and bequeath to Elizabeth my second daughter the like 
sume of three hundred pounds, to be paid unto her at her like ago of eighteen, or at 
her day of marriage, which shall first happen. Item, I giue and be(|ueath unto James 
my second sonne the like snmme of three hundred pounds, to be paid unto him at his 
age of two and twenty yeares. Item, I giue unto Richard Oxinden my third sonne, 
& Adam my fourth sonne, to each of them three hundred pounds, to be paid seuerally 
unto them the sayd Richard and Adam when they respectiuely attaine & come unto 
the sayd age of two & twenty yeares. . . . Item, I desire that if my beloued wife Katha- 
rine shall happen to marry again, that then before her sayd marriage shee doe resigne 
the ri^ht of her sayd executorship unto my sayd sonne ftenry. In witness whereof I 
the said Richard Oxinden, testator aforesaid, haue hereunto set my hand & seale the 
day & yeare first aboue written." 



From the Oxenden Diary. 

" August 4f A, 1668. Direetiona eoneeming some thingea after the death of me 

Hen, Oxinden, 

" First, that if I die in Denton, or within twentie mile of it, to be buried under ths 
stone where my first wife lies buried, or where my father lies buried. 

" That I have no sutchions of armes at my funerall. 

" That no gloues nor ribbons bo giuen at my funerall. 

'* That none moome at my funerall. 

'*That my grandchild Richard Oxinden haue my seale ring which was made of part 
of a gold peice of mony my grandfather. Sir Henry Oxinden, left me, and that he haue 
my sword that is in layd with gold which my father bought ; that he haue the picture 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 99 

of mj 6nt wife, &o{ Sir Samuel F«7Uiii & hia ladie, i, of old Sb Tho. Toyton, fathi^r 
of the utd S* Ssmuel Pejtfln, A o( John Feytoa, fother of llio itald Sr Tbomas 
Peyton. 

"Thmt tbero betwentieabiUingbntoved in bread aoid beete upon the poore of Denton 



[Appended to an Indenture made 30 November, I A 3 Fbilip luid Mwj, bctwe 

^u /v.i fi..j„i. — in theooiintTofKent.andHenryOienilen.of Hun 

-Hwl, Chartera. 77 U. 19.] 




FAMILY OF BBOEEB OB BBOOKEB. 



"John Broker, of BuMei, gent., had iuue John Btolier, of Cuiterburic, who married 
Dnratbe, the duuhter of John Suniiauo, of Honciouiden, in Kent. Hee hod alao 
Williami, a eecona aoune, A Qeor([e, athirdaonne, which two taat dred without iaaue. 

" Henry Broker, thebeire A onely aonne of John, nurried Eliiabeth, the (Uuirh(«r of 
John Warren, of Dover, genl. (After the death of Henry Brooker hia widow, EUiabelh 
married William I^eui, of HuSam.) The lud Heuy had iaaue female Hi^dalin, 
married to John Beat, of Foyeraham, gent. ; Margaret, married to John Uacketle, of 
BeeulTer. gent. ; Alice, married to Jolui Comeliua, of Eatrie, gent. 

" Jamea Broker (eldeit aonne of HenTT), of Maydeken. at Barham in Kent, married 
CieeUe daughter of John Alderatene, of Littleborne. John, aeeond aonne at Heniy, 
died without iaaue. 

" Elizabeth waatheonaly daughter oF Jamea Broker, i, married to Henry Oiinden, of 
Deaue, aeooad aonne k heire to Henry Oienden, of Deane, by whom hee had iaaue 
Jamoe A Hichard, A one daughter by name EUiabeth, who dyed young. 

" Thia above ia extracted out of Oreenhunt hia books of Armea, made at the Tiajtation 
Auguat the aeeond, 1023."— Oxtwitn SIS3. 



Xatilda Brokir, of Hadlo, wUmc, 13 May, 1130. 
Uatilcta Broker, of Hadlu, widow. Will dated IZ May, 1480; mentioni Alivia " 
daughter." 



100 VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 

William Broker, of Hoo, 5 January, 1478. 

Will of William Broker, of Brodestrete, in the parish of St. Werborgh in Hoo, dated 
6 January, 1478, mentions Agnes " my wife." 

Johanna Broker de I^dd, 6 Feb., 1485. 

Will of "Johanna relicta Willielmi Broker de Lyde facU 6 Febr. 1486, lego corpus 
w\ sepeliend' in cimiterio de Lyde." Besidue to bedirided between Agnes and Juliana 
" filias meas." Johannes Henry and Johannes Boper executors. 

Will of "Johannes Broker de Baatry,'* dated 14 Jan,, 1487, proved 10 March, 1487. 

Corpus meum sepeliend' in cimiterio beati Marie de Eaatrie. Lego Alicie Qxori mee. 
Joh'i Broker filio meo. Alicie uxori mee et Thome at Welle quos facio executores, etc. 

Will of Biehard Broker, of Lyd, dated 4 May, 1494, proved 17 July following. 

Desires to be buried in churchyard of All Saints, Lydd. Bequests to the wife and to 
Margery the daughter of Thomas Gk)dfray ; to the wife of John Taylor ; money arising 
from sale of certain lands sold by him to Kalph Broker to be divided between Joan and 
Margery, his sisters, John Taylor and Thomas GK>dfrey executors. 

Will of William Broker, senior, of Hoo, dated 1 March, 1607. 

Desires to be buried in Hoo Church ; mentions " my wife," "my 8<« " William Broker, 
'* my daughters " Agnes, John, and Margaret. 

Will of John Broker, of St. Margaret the Virgin of the Cyie of Canterbury, dated 

2i July, 1622, pr, 16 December, 1624. 

My body to be buried in the said church of S< Margaret byfore Saint John*s Aulter 
ther if I dye in Canterbury. To Alice my daughter x^ m money and one pece wythe a 
cover of sylver and gylte, one of them I bought of Brokett. To Margaret my 
daughter x" in money and another pece with a cover of silver and gylt that I bought 
of the seid Broket, they be bothe of like faschyon. To Mawdlen my daughter xu in 
moneye and my best pece with a cover of sylver and gilt that I tionght of Master 
Crampe. If it happen that all my said daughters dye before that they be xv yers in 
age then I will that the seid money and plate remayne to Henry my sone. To euery 
of my godsonnys and god-doughters lyving iiij'. To Dorathy my wif xij s^nys of 
syluer, my best salte with a cover of syluer and ^Ite, my nutt with a cover, ij masers 
and the one half of my household siva. The resulew of my plate to be solde to the 
performing of my wille and the other half my household stuff likewise to be soldo. 
Dorathe my wif 9 and William Nutte my executors and William Myles overseer, he to 
have x^ for his labour. To my wife the house I nowe dwell in, in the said parish of 
8* Margaret and S* Mary Bredyn, and also for her life all my lands I bought of John 
Tong, William Crampe, and William Pargrove, and after her death to Henry Broker 
my son. 

Will of John Broker, of Lenham, dated 8 April, 1624, pr, 30 September, 1624. 

My body to be buried in the churchyard of Lenham. To Thomas Broker my father 
my beste gowne and a buckskyne. To Margerie Broker my mother v\* viiii'. To Wil- 
liam Broker my brother a brasse panne with all my shappe geir. To Johane Broker 
my suster iij* iiij<^. To Juliana Broker xl*. To Julianc Broker my daughter xl* to be 
paid when she comes to the age of xiiij yeris. To Alis Broker my doughter xl*. To 
the child that my wyfe goeth with all xl*. The residue I bequeath to Marion Broker 
ray wyfe. The whicn Marion I make and ordeyne my exccutrice. Thcs witness 
Thorn* Brooker, Thomas Dyve. 

Will of Roger Broker, ofBrenchley, husbandman, dated 8 Sept.,l63S, pr.2 Dec, 1638. 

Mentions Margarit "my wife." "My sons" Thomas (ex'.), George, Little John, 
Great John, Bicluird. Ahce " my daughter." Also Elizabeth '* my goddaughter." 

Will of T^hamas Brooker of Lenhamy Taylor, dated 24 Jan. IGO^, proved 22 Feb. 

following. 

Mentions Mary my daughter, wife of Mathie CL'ffbrd; to Grace and Mary Clifford, 
daughter of my s' daughter Mary Clifford ; to Benjamin Brooker my son ; to my 
sist«r Marion wife of Thomas Salmon ; to Anne Brooker, daughter of my brother 
W" Brooker; to Richard Graham my wife's brother; to Margaret my wife. 

Will ofSamon Brooker, of Stone in the Isle of Oxney, dated 1 May, 1600, proved 

31 May following. 

Desires to be buried at Stone. Bequests to " my son " Paul Brooker ; " my daughter " 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 101 

£llcn Brooker; "my daughter" Anne Ljddyor, wife of Nicholas Lyddyop; JohnLyddyor 
his son ; " my son John Brooker ; " my wife " Denys Brooker 

Will of James Brooker, of Barham, 1593. 

" In the name of Gk>d, Amen. I, James Broker, gent., of the parish of Barliam in the 
ooantie of Kent, being sick of bodie but of sound & perfect remembrance, (thanks bo 
to God,) upon the fourteenth of Jan., 1503, & in the 36th veare of the reign of our 
Sovereigne Lady Elisabeth, by the grace of Ghxl Queene of England, France, & Ire- 
land, defender of the faith, doe make & ordeine this my last will & testament in ma- 
ner & forme following. Imprimis, I commende my soule to Almighty God, having 
stedfast faith and hope of my salvation through the merits of the death and passion 
of Christ Jesus my Saviour, and my bodie to ue earth reverently to be buried in the 
chancel or parish church of Denton. Item, I give to the poore of the parish of Bar- 
ham fortie shillings, halfe to be paid withm one halfe yeare after my decease & the 
other hidfe within one whole yeare after my decease. Item, I give to the poore of the 
parish of Denton & Wootton to either of them thirtie shillings, to be paid at the times 
aforesaid. Item, I give unto Eichard Phineux, the sonne of Thomas Phineux my 
brother, threescore pounds, to bepaid unto him at his age of one & twentie yeares. 
Item, I give unto Thomas, John, William, and Henrie, the sonncs of my said brother 
Thomas Phineux, to either of them ten pounds, to be paid unto them at the age of 
one & twentie yeares. Item, I give unto Elizabeth, Agnes, Catherine, & Bebecca, the 
daughters of m^ said brother, to either of them ten pounds, to be paid unto them at 
the dayes of their several marriages or when they shall accomplish the age of one & 
twentie yeares, whether of them shall first happen. Item, I give unto Cicely two 
hundred marks, to be paid her within one halfe yeare after my decease. Also my 
meaning is that my wife shall in P&rte thereof the summe of thirty or twenty pouncCs 
at her choice of my household stuff indifferently prized, and the like sum of other my 
goods, as horse, cattell, or other things indifferently prized as aforesaid. And my 
brother Thomas Phineux,^ whom I make my executor, to enter into a bond obUgatory 
within one and twentie dayes after my decease to perform the last recited legacy unto 
my said wife or her assignes. Item, I give twenty shillings toward the reparation of 
the church of Denton, the halfe thereof within halfe a yeare after my decease & the 
other halfe within one whole yeare. Item, I give unto Elizabeth Long, the daughter 
of Thomas Lonsp of the citty of Canterbury, five poimds at the day of her marriage or 
within six montns after. Item, I give unto Twisden, my godson, two ewes, to be de- 
livered imto him within two months after my decease. Item, I give unto fiobert Twis- 
den, Parson of Denton, two ewes, to be delivered imto him within two months after 
m^ decease. Item, I give unto Mistres Twine, my oosin, fortyshilling, to be paid her 
within two months after my decease. Finally, my very will is that Thomas Phineux, 
my brother, shall be my executor, to whom I give & bequeath all my cattells, debts, 
and movable goods, hee paying my debts & legacies. Provided that my brewing ves- 
sels, copper, and other tonnes to remaine in the house to the use of the neire, anything 
before sayde not with standing. 

JAMES BBOKER.*- 
Pr : March, 1693. 

Will of Cicely Brooker, 1606. 

** In the name of QtoA, Amen. The eight day of Aprill in the yeere of our Lord God 
one thousand six hundred and five, I, Cycilie Brooker, of the parish of Barham in the 
countie of Kent, widow, being in perfect memory, praysed be God, doe make this my 
last will in manner & forme following. First, I commend my soule into the hands of 
Almighty God my Maker & Redeemer, hopeing to have mjjr sins washed away by the 
blood of Jesus Christ mine only Saviour, & my bodie when it shall please God to take 
me out of this world to be buned in the chancel of the parish church of Denton, neer 
unto my husband Brooker. Item, I ^ve unto the poore of Denton xiij* iiij<', and to 
the poore of Barham xx*. It«m, I give towards the making of a new pulpit in Bar- 
ham church xiij* iiij', and if it be not employed that ways within halfe a yeare after 
my decease, my will is that it sliall remaine in the ministers hands that now is to be- 
stow as hee shall thinke convenient. Item, I give unto the minister of Barham church 
xiij* iiij^, and to the clerke of the parish of Barham all duties which belong unto him 
as though I had been buried there, All which legacies before mentioned I will to be paid 
by my executor within one month after my decease. Item, I give to James Oxenden 
the summe of twentie pounds of current English money, to be paid by his brother 
Richard, mine executor. Item, I give unto my oosin Thomas Deuie his wife, my best 

* This Thomas Fineaux was the son of William Fincuz, of ilaflkm, by Elizabeth, daughter cf 
John Warren, of Dover, gent. 



VISITATION OF THK COUNTY OF KENT. 



dauebtera, £ to IDJ brother JuLn Aldcntonea dau^bWn, & to Amjei AUeretone Dij 
brother Johoi (lauehtor. to be eqosU; diTide^l with mdiflermcj bjm? executors, except 
it bo one gouDO »n3 one taffat^ tirllB which 1 give wholly unto mj btolher Aldenlone* 
tlAUghter that ia wife unto Bichard Done*, for which eowne 1 bought the atuffe of 
llie uid Siclivd Donea. Item, I j^vo unto hia brotbor William Alderatone, prentice to 
Mr. Bminuel Donea^ murder, iij' vj' viij^.to be pajd bj my eii'cutoT within one month 
■fler mr decease. Il«n, I give unto the fours children of John Alderatone, clerke, 
deceued mentioned. Eliiabetli, Margaret, John, i, Amjcs tea pounds equallj to be 
divided among tbem by mine executor withio one quarter of  yeare after my decease. 
Item, I gi"B to bo diairihuted for dole to the poore at my bmnal by my eiaciitor ii". 
Item, I pre lo them that carry mee to church viij', to lie paid them by mj eieeutor. 
Item, all the rcat of my gooda A cattle I give unto Bichard Oienden, my daughter's 
second sonne, my debts and legaciea being payd & my funerall discharged, whom 1 
make my sole executor of this my laat will & testament. Froiided allways andmy will 
it that my eonne in lawo, Mr. Uenr; Oienden, shall take all tbe charge of all my 
^oodi uDtiQ his aoono my eiecuMr come to the age of one and twenty yearet, in con- 
sideration thereof bee my said sonne in law shall pay all my legacies & diachiarge all 
matters that shall be due to be discharged before hii sonne Sichard, my executor, come 
to age, t then when he is oome to the age or one & twentia to be eoniptable unto turn 
for all my goods, cattle, or money, or household, or anj of my goods. Item, I appoint 
my brother, Mr. Thomas Fineui, of HufTam, t Mr. John Nettwoode, of Kingston, to 

CICELY BBOKEE, her mark." 
Scaled & deliverd iu the preamco of John JuU, Henry Luaenlan. 
Probat: Sod July, 1605. 



/ 



S^al and Signature of James Broker, of Barham, ' gcnerosns,' to a deed dated 6 January 



{Henncai Tomer: 
de Sutton. Bliui 
■eoundui.] 



[WiUielmiu 
Turner de 
Sutton 

Vstonoe.] 



: [Ann, d>. of 
HaatCT*, of 
Wibboroogh.] 



twuiL 


\mii^^ 


= [Alice, 


Tnmrr.] 


Turner, of 






Loudon, 


Willkni 




d«|»r.] 


Jafferie..] 



[ThomM 
TuniorO 



[Mu7, [Ridutrd = rHartlu, [Simnel.] [John Tomei 
wife to Tum8r,of da.ofAlra' of Egerton, 

Tempvst London, Frcecott, a. p.] 

Hilner.] draper.} Alderman 
of London.] 



[A d>. +■ of 
to Hoinflo, 
Wightwf 
ofChirfrtof 
►ara 



ried to Cap- 
tain Matthew 
Conatontine, 



Villiani 



[ThomatTnmer, of S'DoiutAn'l in =^ [Hargaret, da. and 
the West, London, and of Iledeo, Theobald, of Bodarhith, 

in Kingston, ItJSS ; bom 4 Nor., London ; ob. 1698, nt. 

164S; ob. 1715.} KingetOD.} 



[Johs, bo. [Thomaa, bo. 

1673 { ob. 167& i ob. 

1717, a. p. 175S.} 



Chaiie* 
Theoba 



Biohart ^ 



Gortnesrenon, 



of Turner are diSerenerd 
Iwa rota gultt. The» 
nentation.} 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



103 



S^urmr. 



FBOK BOBBTOir BBOI8TBB. 



BAPTISXB. 



1688. Elisabeth, daochter of Thomas Turner 

and Snian, hit wife, waa bapt. June 
y« 3 day. 
Snean, daof^hter of Thomaa Tamer and 
Snaan, his wife, was bapt. June y* 3 
day. 

1689. Thomas, son of Thomas Tamer, Jan., 



and Hannah, his wife, baptised April 

ye 8 day. 
1691. Richard, son of Thomas Tamer, Jan., 

and Hannah, his wife, was baptised 

NoTember 82 day. 
1694. John, son of Thomas Turner, Jan., and 

Hannah, his wife, baptised March 7th 

day. 



XABBIAGSB. 



1700. Robert Woolly, sincleman. and Anne 
Tomer, spinster, both of this Parish, 
were married (after publishing the 
Banns thrice) May ye tOth. 



1700 Bdward Tomer, singlemaa, and Snsan 
Tomer, spinster, both of this Parish, 
were married (after pablishing y* 
Banns thrice) Febroary 18 day. 



BVBIAL. 

1697. Thomas Tamer, yeoman, and Sasanah, his wife, were both boried If ay 15 day. 



VBOK HOTHVIBLD BBOI8TBB. 
BAVTI81C8. 



1676. James, son of Henrr Tamer. 
1691. Ifaroh 6, the son of Thomas Tomer. 
1693. Jane 8, Elisabeth, da. of Henry I'omer. 
1593. April 32, Matthew, son of Thomas Tor- 

ner. 
1603. Sept. 4, Mary, da. of Isaac Tomer. 



1606. May 18, Henry, son of Isaac Tomer. 

1608. Jane 96, Margaret, da. of Jacob Tomer. 

1609. Anne, da. of Jacob Tomer. 

1610. Feb. 24, John, son of Jacob Tomer. 
1613. May 7, Isaac, son of Abraham Tomer. 
161S. Sept. 6, Jacob, son of Jacob Turner. 



XAEBIAOBS. 

1682. Hester Tomer and William Wilmington. | 1615. Judith Tomer and Thomas Mills. 



BUBIAL8. 



1686. Feb. 16, Bertholia, da. of Henrie Tomer. 
1692. Dec. 28, Hennr Tomer, hooseholder. 
1699. Sept. 16, Matthew, son of Thomas Tor- 

ner. 
1600. Feb. 16, Matthew, son of Thomas Tor- 

ner. 
1607. July IS, William, son of Jacob Tomer. 
1626. Dec. 27, Thomas Tomer. 
1675. Jone3, Anne, wife of William Tamer, 

Iwooght from Biddenden. 



1681. 
1681. 
1688. 
1688. 
1689. 



April 26, Mary, da. of Peroivall Tomer, 

Drooght ttom Biddenden. 
Dec. 3, Anne, da. of PerciTall Tomer, 

brooght from Cranbrook. 
Jane 1, Anne, da. of PerdTaU Tomer, 

brooght from Cranbrook. 
Jan. 22, Elisabeth, da. of Percirall Tor. 

ner, brooght from Cranbrook. 
Aog. 8, Mary, wife of PerdTidl Tomer, 

brooght fmm Cranbrook. 



FBOK BHIPBOUBBB BBOIRBB. 
1676. Feb. 9, James Orinsted and Jeane Turner married. 



104 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



TEOK 8UTT0V YALBVCB SKGISTBB. 



1671. liluu Tarner.illia Geor^rti Turner, bap- 

tintA erat primo die Februarii anno 

predicto. 
l&8|. Bogenu Tamer, Alias Oeorgii Tamer, 

baptiutua erat 7** die liUrtii anno 

pi^cto. 
1684. Benett, uxor Tbome Tnraer, sepolta 

erat dedxno die NoTombria anno pre- 
dicto. 
L686. Oeorgios, filioa Oeorgii Tomer, baptiM> 

toa erat die annoqne predicto (i.e. 

qaarto die Septembria). 
1686. Oeorgioa Tamer, paterfamilias, sepoltaa 

erat secundo die Novembris anno pre- 

dicto. 
168|. Gulielmas Baoher, et Maria Tamer, 

yidaa, matrimomum oontraxerant 

zxtI die Febraarii anno predicto. 
L6|g. Dorothea Turner, fllia Thome Turner, 

baptixata erat primo die Januarii anno 

predicto. 
l&9f. Thomas Tamer, filius Thome Turner, 

baptiaatos erat xo die Januarii anno 

predicto. 
[^Ilf . Ebsabeta Turner, fllia Thome Tamer, 

bapticata erat xxii° die Februarii anno 

predicto. 
lOOf . Ebsabeta Turner, fllia Thome Tumer, 

sepulta erat xxiT° die Februarii anno 

domini predicto. 
1003. Willielmns Tumer, Alius Thome Tumer, 

baptisatus erat die Aprilis xxto anno 

domini predicto. 
L60&. Ai^na, uxor Thome Tumer, junioris, se- 
pulta Aiit die Julii zziiio anno pre- 
dicto. 
L607. Warham Tumer, the son of Thomas 

Tumer, was baptised the xx of De- 
cember, 1607. 
1611. George Tamer, the sonof John Tumer, 

was baptised the twelfth of May. 
I6|f . John, the son of John Tumer, was bap- 
tised the 15th of Januarjr. 
L6ff . John, the son of John Tomer, wasburied 

February 18th. 
16}|. March Srd, baptised Dorothy, the daugh- 
ter of John Tumer. 
1616. Aprilis xxio, baptised William, the son 

of William Tumer. 
I61|. Februsrii secundo. George, the son of 

George Tumer, was baptised. 
L617. William Byshopenden. of Tenterden, A 

Dorothy Tumer, of Sutton Valence, 

were married Mail to. 
16^. William, the son of William Tumer, was 

buried Martii sexto. 
L619. Frances, the daughter of William Turner, 

was baptized Decembris vicesimo 

quinto. 
16||. Anne, the daughter of John Tumer, was 

baptized Martii deoimo septimo. 
L621, James, the son of Edmunde Tumer, 

was baptised Septembris secundo. 
1623. Edmunde, the son of Edmunde Tumer, 

was baptized NoTembris yicesimo 

tertio. 
L625. Catherine, the daughter of William 

Turner, was bratized Junii sexto. 
1625. William, the son of William Turner, was 

baptized Augusti ricesinio primo. 

1630. Alexander, the son of Edmunde Turner, 
was baptized Augusti decimo quinto. 

1631. Joane, the widow ot George Tumer, was 

buried Maii octavo. 

1632. , the wife of Edmuride Tamer, was 

buried Octobris ricosimo aixto. 



634. 
637. 

647. 

«!!. 

66|. 

664. 

656. 

662. 
67!. 
672. 

673. 

67|. 
674. 
674. 

67|. 
676. 

678. 

680. 
680. 
68}. 
681. 
68|. 
683. 
68|. 
68;. 
68|. 
688. 
690. 
690. 
690. 
695. 

696. 



Edmunde Tumer & Mary Green,' were 
married the 10th of August. 

Mary Tumer, the daughter of George 
Tumer, late deceased, beins » dumbe 
maiden, was buried Decembris vice- 



simo nono. 
Mary Tumer, the daughter of Thomas 

Turner, baptised July 9th. 
Buth, daujghter of Thomas Tnm<$r and 

Mary his wife, baptised March 24. 
Bobert, son of Bobert Tumer (then 

churchwarden) and Sarah, baptised 

January 17th, bom the first day. 
October 1 1th, James, the son of Thomas 

Tumer and Mary his wife, borne (no 

entry of baptism). 
June 20. Susanna, daughter of Bohert 

Tumer & Sarah, Mptised (home 

ShroTeTucMBdaT before February 19th). 
John, the son of Thomas Tumer & Ca- 
therine his wife, buried Not. 24th.) 
February 5. John Medhurst, bachelor, 

& Butn Turner, rirgin, were married. 
William, son of Thomas Tumer, and 

Catherine his wife, was bapt. April 

28. 
December 27th. James Tumer, bachelor, 

& EUsabeth Sharpe, widow, of Maid- 
stone, were married. 
March 14. Mary, the wife of Thomas 

Tumer, senr., was buried, 
March 28. Thsmas Turner, senr., the 

blacksmith, was buried. 
December 90. Thomas, son of Thomas 

Tumer, blacksmith, A Catherine his 

wife wsa buried. 
January 26. Catherine, the wife of 

Thomas Turner, hopman, was buried. 
October 26. James, son of Thomas 

Turner, blacksmith, & Catherine hia 

wife was baptized. 
Cicely Turner, an ancient maid, was 

buried NoTember 26, sister of Thomas, 

Turner, Clothier. 
Mary, daughter of Thomas & Catherine 

Turner, was baptized April 21. 
John, son of Thomas Turner, junr., bap. 

tised September 191 h. * 
Thomas Turner, the elder, -householder, 

was buried March 12th. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas & Anno 

Tumer, buned October 8th. 
Thomas, son of Thomas & Anne Turner, 

baptized March 18. 
Buth & Simon, twin children of Thomas 

k Catherine Tomer, baptised. 
Bichard, son of Thomas ft Anne Tomer, 

baptised March 8. 
Thomas Turner, blacksmith & house- 
holder, buried February 23rd. 
March 4. Isaac, son of ifhomas & Anne 

Turner, was baptised. 
April 28. John, sou of Thomas Tumer A 

Anne bis wife, was buried. 
May 4. Anne, da. of Thomas & Anne 
' Turner, bapt. 
June 21. Anne, wife of Bobert Tumer, 

fanner, buried. 
Dec. 6. Bobert Tumer, farmer k house- 
holder, was buried. 
June ZQ. Elizabeth, da. of Thomas 

Tumer & Anne his wife, was bap- 
tised. 
March 30. Widow Catherine Tumer, a 

poor madwoman, was buried. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



105 



Willielxnus Norreys = Margeria Bunted 



de Presbury in 
com. GlouoestriaB. 



uxor ejus. 



Henrious Norreys = Agnes filia Rich*di 



de eadem. 



-^homas Korreys 
de Beynham in 
com. Kant. 
[Died 19 Decern- 
ber, 1624; buried 
in Baneham 
Church.] 



I 
Elisabetha 

nupta 

Georgio 

Cadman. 

~ 
I 



Stubbes. 



Elisabetha filia 
ThonuB Elmeston 
de eadem. 
[Will 1637. 
Hasted MS,^ 



3 Ed'r*s : 
etat. 18. 



I 
2 Henrious 

etat. 14. 



I 
1 Thomas 

etat. 20. 



TTi i 1 

[Ralph.] [Ann.] Maria nup. 

WiU*oPatyn. 



[Mary. [EliBab. [Elizabeth.] 

Hasted Balph. 

Jao.] Maryi^aret- 

Hasted MS,"] 



[Anne.] 



I 

[Thomas. 
Hasted 

JfA] 



I I 

[Elizab.] [Mary.] 



In the Visitation the arms of Norreys are not giyen. 



VBOK BAINHAM BBOI8TBB. 



1693. MaiT, BlUTho. ITorriB, bapt. Aug. 18. 
1695. Klisth., Blw Tho. Norria, Impt. May 28. 
1606. Henry, filiua Tho. Noma, b«pt. Jan. 6. 
1633. Ann, flUftEdir. Norria, bapt. Not. 16. 

1623. Ann, fllia Stephen Noiria, bapt. Oct. 

21. 

1624. Tho. Norreia, eaqnire, buried December 

23. 

1636. Jo., in. Edw. Korria. gent., bapt. Oct. 29. 

1627. Tho. , filiua Stephen N orria, bapt. Jan. 28. 

1637. Edward Norreia, gen., buried Maie 19. 

1628. Klis., filia Tho. Norreia, gener., bapt. 

Aug. 26. 

1628. Elic, lUia Edw. Korreia, bapt. Decemb. 

SO. 

1638. EUs., fllia Tho. Norria, gener., buried, 

Aug. 27. 

1629. Barbara, filia Edward Norreia, bapt. 

Oct. 27. 

1681. Henricna Norria, generoena, buried Ho* 
Temb. 1. 

IC.12. Margaretta, uxor Abrahami Norreia, bu- 
ried Aog. 27. 

16:i2. Margaretta, filia Abrahami Norreia, 
bapt. Aug. 2C. 



H0BB7B. 

1633. 



1634. 

1634. 

1634. 

1637. 
16 <0. 

1642. 

1663. 
1664. 
1667. 
1670. 



Maria, filia Stephani Norreia, bapt. Vo- 
Temb. 4. 

Ann, filia Tho. Norreia, gen., bapt. 
Feb. 4. 

ChiUelmua, filiua Abrahami et Annae 
Norreia, bapt. Oot. 13. 

Oulielmna, fiL Abrahami et Ann« Nor. 
reia, buried. 

Eliaabetha Norreia, vidua, buried Maij 4. 

Tho., fil. Tho. et Katherinas Norreia, 
bapt. April 19. 

HenncuB, fil. AbrahamiB et Adjub Nor- 
reia, bapt. Sept. 6. 

Elisabetha, filia Abrahami et Anns 
Norreia, bapt. Feb. 19. 

Thomaa Norreia, generoaua, paterfami- 
liaa, buried Apr. 23. 

Benoldua, fil. Abrahami et Anna Nor- 
reia, am>. Mar. 30. 

Thomaa, ffl. Abrahami et Gratia Norria, 
bapt. July 6. 

Heni^ Norria, the aonne of Abraham, 
waa buried the 10 April. 

Abraham Norria waa buried the 17 of 
Aprill. 



VISITATION OF THE CODNTT 0? KENT. 



USS. Abb, Slik Balpha KLnsMona, bapt. , 1004, WiUim ElTDMtone, buried Jane*. 

" — ■-°* lOSt. Arnn Klinnlon, (id. bnried erptemb. 

it.Jnlrl. IB. 



7. HIiii Will. Klmeiton, but. Jnlr 
e, fllik Kilph Slmnlon, biiri<d Jul 



fiOj HIE. JimiHEbiHtoBiru burial Feb. M. 



I tVaCKIFTloa^ BlINHAM CBDBCH. 



" Neeie thii place lj«* bnied j< bodj of ThiL tfonvje, Eiq. who alter manj pbtb- 
frO and iluif((rinTa eipeditioni at Ma alehieved the charire A credit ot a oomaTuder a 
H' of J* Tnnitje horie ; aod a Conuinonei' of the NaTTS Sojall e(«. and Ajei yt ItM of 
Beer 1621 when lovinee uid lojall irife Elii. darghr of Tho. Elmetone hath dsdintsd 
to big memoir thii lit& MonTinent A had iure by her 1 taaet A 3 davgh" rii. Ralphe 
Add Vary EUi. Tho. Edward and Henry." 

Undrr tkt Fiffmrt of a SUtpity CUld, on tm> Black Marbta Slabt. 
" Neen thii plaoe Itm t* body of John Norreys sone of Edward ft Berban Nolreya. 
Hee dyed Bn'g aged? MoTntha. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



107 



latoarb. 



WiUielxnus = 
Haward de 
Hartj 86- 
pultuB apud 
CKllingham. 



Ed*n Kemp 
[of London, meroer, 4th 
son of Bartholomew 
Kempe, of GiMing]. 



= Alicia filia Thoms Clyre 
gener. [Alicia soror 
Xpoferi Clere militia. 
She died 20 Dec., 1610, 
aged 60, buried in the 
Qrench Chapel.] 



^Aenes filia 
Bdmundi 
Page de 
Shome. 



Willielmus- 
Lemon. 



' Helena 
filia 
Edri 
Kemp. 



i — 

2 Thomas = 
Haward de 
la Granche 
in GiUing- 
liam [died 
28 April, 
1637, buried 
in the 
G ranch 
Chapel]. 



I 

[Anne, daughter Abigail 

and coheir of uxor 

Rowland OdeU ; W' iUielmi 

died Oct. 5, Frowde 

1628, buried in de Shir- 

the Granch land. 

ChapeL] 



[Barbarie, 
da: of 
John 
Castlocke, 
of Fever- 
sham, 
gent. M. I. 
2nd wife.] 



[John] 



I 
• 1 Samuel = 

Haward de 

Hartj et le 

Grange in 

Gillmg. 

ham 

[Mayor of 

Fayersham, 

ob:l7 

April, 1638, 

buried in 

Faversham 

Church]. 



aElisab: filia 
WiUiehni 
Lemon de 
com. Kanti 
[da: and sole 
heir of Wil- 
liam Lemon, 
of the Isle of 
Grrin, ob: 14 
April, 1610, 
buried in 
Harty 
Church]. 



I 

[Anna, 
unica 
filia, ob : 
Nov. 17, 
1660, 
buried in 
Dodding- 
ton 
Church]. 



:[Willielmu8 Alicia 
Delaone, de 
Sharsted, 
miles factos, 
Jan. 22, 
1664. Ob: 
30 June, 1667; 
buried in 
Doddington 
Church. 
Bom at 
Throwley, 
in 1629.] 



[Anna, filia et 
unica heres.] 



[John Caslock, 
of Faversham, 
ob. 22 Sept., 
1651, vt. 78; 
buried in 
Faversham 
Church. 
His first wife 
was Bennet, 
one of the 
daughters 
and co-heirs 
of Thomas 
Cole, of 
Faversham, 
gent., by 
whom he had 
issue three 
sons and four 
daughters.] 



2 Abigail 
[Ob. 27 
April, 
1669; 
bur* in 
Faver- 
sham 
Church]. 



: [Thomas 
Southouse, 
gent., of 
Faversham. 
Ob. 6 Oct., 
1676, »t. 
85 ; bur* in 
Faversham 
Church.] 



Willielmus 
Haward, 
et. 9. [let. 
19 et am- 
plius. 
Fautsett 
MS. cop^'^ 



t08 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



H^atoarD. 




5S»!»**-'^»*;' 




The aboTe arms and crest were granted to Samuell Haward, son of William 
son of Stephen Haward, of the Ide of Harty, co. Kent^ by William Segar, Garter 
25 May, 1612. 

Augmentation of Arms granted by Sir CHlbert Dethirk, X*' Oarter, to Rowland 

Haytoard, dated 8 Slig€U>eth, 

To all nobles and gentilleg thies p'ntcs Tres redynge, hering, or seinge, 8^ Oilbert 
Bethike, K\ al's Garter princjpall lELing of Armes, sendeth dew & baumble commen- 
dacion & gretinge. Equitie willeth & reasson ordeyneth that men vertieuse & of noble 
courage be by tncre merytes & good renowne rewarded, not allonely their p'sones in 
this mortall lyffe sne brieff & transitory, but sJso after them those that shalbe of thier 
bodies desended, to be in all places of honnor wth other nobles & jenteles accepted & 
taken, by certayne ensignes A demonstrances of honnour A noblesse. That is to sayo, 
blayson, helme, A tymbcr to thende that by their ensaroples other may the more enforce, 
them selfes to vse theire dayes in feates o^ armes & werkes yertious to eet the renowne 
of auncyent noblesse in thiere lignes and postery ties. And therefore I, tlie saide Garter, 
not allonely by the commune renoune, out also by the repnrte & wittnes of dyuers 
worthye to be taken of word & credence, am playnely ady'tissed A> enformed that 
Rowland Hat/ward^ of Acton rounds^ in the countie of Salopp, Esquere, is descended 
of a bowse of long time boringe armes as appereth in my reoordes; neyerthelcss.. ho 
beingc uncertayne ynder what sorts & manner his predecessors bare thier said armes & 
creaste, not willingo to doo anythinge that myght prejudice any eentellman of name & 
of armes, hath doaiered me the said Garter princypall King of Armes, to ordeyne, as- 
signe, & set fourth to his armes & creste an augmentacion. I therefore seing^e his re- 
quest e soe juste A reasonable by th'auctorytie and power annexed, attributed, geuen, 
and graunted to me & to my omce of Garter principall Einge of Armes, by exprosse 
woraes ynder the moste noble g* sealle, haye onleyned, geuen, & graunted to his armes 
& creaste the augmentacion in manner as hereafter n>lloweth. That is to saye on a 
chefnahle^ a lyon paesaunt hermyng, armei and launged geulea betwene twoo croeae 
croseelettee fyeke gold, ^ to the creaste being on a wreth, a bulles ked caboehe sable 
homed gotde, two crosss crosslettes in sautre persynge the same gold manteUed 
assuer dobJed silluer, as more plnynely appereth aepicted in this margent. To haue 



VISITATION OF THE COUKTr OF KENT. 



109 



& to hold to the Mid Bowland Haward, Ksquere, & to his postcrjtee, A they it to 
usso &> enioye for eucr more. In vittnes wherof I, the said Garter princypall King 
of Armes, haue signed thies p'ntes with my hand, and sett there vnto the Sealle of my 
Armes. Yeven and graunted at London the ttv*^ of fTebruary, in the thirdc yere of the 
Keigne of our SoTeraujpe I^dy Elizabeth, by the grace of God queen of England, 
ffraunce, & Ireland, Detiender of the ffayth, etc. 



FROM eiLLIVGHAM BB0I8TBB. 
BAPTISKS. 



Wm. Haywod, son of John Hayiroode, bapt. 

9 April, 1809. 
Joane, d*. of John Hayirard, bapt. 25 Aug., 

1611. 
John, the son of John Haward,bapt. 2 January, 

1613. 
ThomM, the son of John Heywood, bapt. 8 

Jan., 1614. 
Ottilford, son of John Heywood, bapt 21 Jan., 

Ifilfi. 
Thomas, son of John Heywood, bapt. 14 Feb., 

1618. 
BuMui, da. of John Heywood, bant. 7 Apr., 1632. 
John, the Sonne of Mr. John Harwazd, gent., 



bapt. 17 Aug., 1623. 



Anne, da. of Thomas Haward, esqnire, bapt. 

8 Oct., 1628. 
Bobert, son of Thomas Haywoode, bapt 11 

Aug^l642. 
John Hayward, son of Oilford Hayward and 

Elisabeth his wife, was bapt. 14 Dec., 1664. 
Henry, son of Gnilford Hayward, bapt. Jan. 

10, 1663. 
James, ton of William Hsyward, bapt. Oct 16, 

1664. 
William, son of William Hayward, bapt Sept 

8, 1667. 
Sosanna, daughter of Henry Hayward, bapt. 

April 6, 1668. 



XAKBIAGIS. 



Vincent Twort and Elisabeth Haward, both of 
OilliDgham, msrried 21 Oct., 1611. 

Mr. Henry Fowles and Mrs. Chrissogon Ha- 
ward, Domina de Oranch, widdow, weare 
married the 18 Jannsry, 1637. 



Gilford Hayward and Elisabeth Jesop, married 

Sept. 29, 1653. 
Thomas Shaw and Jane Hayward were married 

Not. 26. 1650. 
Thomas Larkin and Elisabeth Hayward of this 

parish, married Oct. 4, 1666. 



BVBIALS. 



John Heiwood, son of John Heiwood, bnried 

23 Aug., 16()5. 
Alice Haward, wife of If r. Wm. Haward, burd. 

20 Dec.. 1610. 
Mr. William Haward, Dn's de Granohe, burd. 

2 April, 1612. 
John, son of John Haward, burd. 23 Jan., 

1618. 
Thomas, son of John Heywood, bnrd. 11 

March, 1611. 
William, son of Mr. John Harewarde, bnrd. 28 

Sept, 1619. 
Magdalen, da. of John Harewarde, gent., was 

burd. in East Court Chapel, 20 Jan., 1621. 
Joannes, filius Mri Joannia Hareward, generoai, 

sepult. est trieesinio die Septembris, 1623. 
SuMn, da. of John Hayward, burd. 18 Feby, 

1U25. 
Joane, da. of John Hayward, bnrd. 16 March, 

luiS 
Mrs. EUsabeth Hareward, wife of Mr. John 



Hareward, bnrd. 26 Feb., 1626, in the middle 

chancel. 
Mrs Anne Haward, wife of Thomas Haward, 

Esq., bnrd. in Granch Chapel, 8 Oct., 1628. 
William Haward, burd. 29 Aug.. 16i.U 
AUce, wife of John Haward, burd. 6 March, 

1630. 
John Haward, burd. 14 Feb., 1636. 
Thomas Haward, Esq., Dn's de Granch, bnrd. 

20 April, 1637. 
John Hayword, burd. June 12, 1652. 
Thomas, son of Guilford Hayward, bnried 

Not. 2, 1661. 
Guilford Hayward, buried May 16, 1664. 
James, son of William Hayward, buried Nov. 

17, 1664. 

Hayward, bnried Sept. 9rd, 1666. 
WiUiam Hayward, buried March 29, 1679. 
John Hayward, buried Dec. 18, 168IK 
Samuel Day, a man who workt for Joshua 

Hayward, bnried 1688. 



FROM HABTY BBOI8TBB. 
BURIALS. 

William Hayward, March y« 16, 1679. 



TBOM FATBBBHAU BEOI8TBB. 



BAPTISKS. 



596. Dec. 22. Oeorpe, son of Richard Hay- 
ward. 

1507. June 20. The daughter of Stephen 

Ilaywa de, deceased, and 
Mary Lis wife. 

IGOI. June 7. Tliomna, son of John Hay- 
ward. 



1601. Sept 19. Alice, daughter of John 

Hayward. 

160j^. Dec. 16. ThomaR, son of John Hay- 
ward. 

1627. Not. 14. John, son of Thomas Hay- 
ward and Jone. 



VISITATION OF TIIE COUNTY OF KENT. 



WilHuB Htjwird ud Tom- I 



. OM. t. WilliuD Lrna ud Ton 
Juan Boona ud Rartx 



IIM 


a.pt.». 


Jabua, •rifa of John Hij- 

-«d; l.uri«i. 
Jchn Hnjwinl, • pnorB old 


UW. 


April 1. 


1(06 


M.7M. 


An"iS«l or>dnw«H.j. 


1K« 


Oct. IS. 


Dorirbar'dBughM of Jobo 


itcx 


JouaaS. 


Tbooili Haward. 




Jolj SS. 


WiUUm Htjwud. 




Bcpt. E. 


Mr. WilUui Hiimid. 


list. 


jiTs. 






Williui Bujwude. 



BaTnrd. 

IflSi. Majll. EliulHth Hiimrd. 

le^t. Oct. W. TbaiDU HiTHard. 

ISiT. Much 10. BlMphn Hirnrd. 

ISig, MuihS. Thamu HiyBard. 

ItSS. AprilW. SiunaeU Haj^nrdieiwol 

lS.n. Ju. S. Bobart Hwirard. 

lUI. March IQ. SMcplwoliijnfil. 



MONUMENTS. 



HERB LTETH THE BODY OF BLIZABRI'H HAWARD 
T» WIFE OF BAUVBLL HAWABD QENT WHO DE- 
0BA8BD X' XIIII OF APRILL IS T* TEAE OF O* LOED 



wu-d, wilh Iho qiurtenan of Bolrvil 

Kemp«. gaits Ihtw gu-& or. > bordure engntlpd of Ihe laal'i SdiI, Bolevilleine, uvnit 

Ihrn crocenta guleij 3, Aaho, ugent Iwo cbcvrons uure; 4^ Bardolpb, UDic tfane 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. Ill 







(7GR/UKHGhWT:Wil)ilIB>9Ti943UiBaiHS 



l^WBD UWDnxXBRglTEUaS 8<IirT] 






112 VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 

Ist shield, Haward. 2, Hayward impaling Cljve. 3, Cljve quartering Huxley, 
Stuche, Wronkeslow, and firoughton. 4, as 1. 



On a black stone with these Amu. Hayward impaling three crescents, Odell. 
" Here lyeth Captain Tho. Hayward, Lord of the Manor of Granch, to which this 
chanoell appertoyneth, who dyed the 28*^ of Aprill, 1637." 

On the East wall is a monument of black and white marble, with this inscription : — 
" Death hath added to the ornaments of this place the blessed memorialls of M'* 
Anne Haward, the beloved wife of Tho. Haward of Granch, in this parish, esquire, 
daughter and coheire of Mr. Bowland Odell, descended from the ancient family of the 
OdeUa, of Odell, in Bedfordshire. She had issue only a daughter, and departed this 
mortall life the 6<k day of October, 1628, to whose remembrance her most affectionate 
husband hath consecrated this monument." 

Arms : — Haward impaling four coats quarterly : — 1, or, three crescents gules, Odell ; 2, 
argent, a lion rampant gules, armed and langued asure ; 3, argent, fretty sable, a fess 
ermine, on a chief gules, three leopards' heads or ; 4, quarteny arg* and guies, four 
crosses tormh oounterchanged. 



Part IV. 


9^t ^mMm 


di^t ^mni^ of f^nt, 


TAKEN IN THE YEAE 1619 $ 


JOHN PHILIPOTT, 

iEtouge Stogon, 

DBPOTT AND AHMBTANT TO WILLIAM CAMDKN, OLABKNCEUX KINO-OF-ARMB. 






LONDON; 
PRINTED BY MITCHELL AND HUGHES, 

WABDOIJB STBZXT, LONIOIT, W. 

1876. 



^ 



By J08BPH JACKSON HOWARD, LL.D., F.S.A. 

AND 

(Pabt IV.), BY THE Rbv. FRANCIS HAfiLBWOOD. 



IBttprinted from ^AacoMOhOQiA Camtiana/ Vol. X.] 



\, in the parish of Plnckley, oo. KenV 

Castle, and M.P. for the coontj of 

8. Created a Bazonet 1 Feb., 1626. 

Admon. granted 19 Oct, 1648, to 






=Unton, dan. c 
Honington, c 
Married 16 
Dionis Back( 
buried at Plu 



b. of Sir Robert Barkham ol Frances, married B 

o. line, Knight. Living 1706. to Thos. Cowper B 

jet of Sir Wm. Delaone of of Maidstone, co. B 

». Kent, Knight. Kent. Ji 



I I 

plnckley. John Dering, bom 1664. Catherinei 

-I 



^ 



Jane, 
, un- 
married 
1683. 



Wortley^Anne, 



T 



Whorwood 
of Denton 
Court, near 



unmarried 

1683. 

Buried 



Sir Edward ] 
of Surrendel 
ing, Bart., 
son. Died J 



^mtm^mt^t 



k— ^aAJ 



VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OP KENT. 



113 



©ering** 



Thomas Dering de Dengmarsh jnxta 
Lid in Marisco de Romeney. 



^^^ • • • • 



Johanne^=T=Christiana filia et cobferes Jaoobi Hawte ex Johanne Tiiica fiUa ct 



Deringe. 



haerede Jobis Burrenden per yzorem eius Agnctem bsBredem WiU'roi 
Pluckley militis. 



I 



Ricardus Deringe de SaTrenden=T=Agnea filia Eton de com. Salopie. 



T 



Jobannes Deringe=^Elizabetha filia Hen. Barton de Barcnden in com. Kan. 
Joannes Deringe Armigei^pTnliana filia Willi Darcll de Cadebill, Ar. 
Ricardus Deringe Ar.i* Bennetta filia Nicolaos Deringe=pAIicia filia et oobaer. 



locum Tenens Castri . . . Brock- Armiger. 
pouoria;. sine prole, bull. 



Willmi Bettenham« 



I i T i i 

Jobannes^Margareta filia Job'i Juliana Elizabetba Anna uxor Dorothea 



Deringe 
Armiger. 



Brent soror et vnica uxor W* uxor 
baeres J no. Brent et Kerkbj. Bricken- 
consang. et bnres den. 

Robti Brent de 
Wilsborougb. 



Septi Roots uxor 
de Com. .... 
Suff. 



Amia p'mo nupta Wiirmo 
Swanne de Wye, postea 
Rado Raymond de 8el- 
linge. 



I 
Bennetta uxor 

Francisci 

Bourne de 

Sharsted Ar. 



Martha ux 
Hotchkins, 
et postea 
Guldeford. 



I 
Margareta tx. 

Harrison. 



1 



I 



RicardusP^Margareta Antonius Deringe=pJana filia et hares Lambert. 



Deringe 
de Sur- 
reudcn. 



filia Willi 

Twisden 

At. 



Elizab. filia 
Home Bp'i 
Winton. ^ 



I 



T 



I I 

Antonius ex Elixabetba ux. 
Bcda couinge. . . . Somcrs. 



I 

Francisoa filuirFAutoniuss Maria filia 



Robti Bell 
militiH capi- 
talis Baroni 
de Scc'rio. 



^.1 V 

Fincb=T=. . . . 

Der- 

inge. 



Deringe Henr. Goringe 
miles. de Burton in 

com. Suraex ux. 

p*ma sine prole. Brent Deringe filius et baercs. 



Oxen- 
bridg. 



Johannes. 

Nicolaus. 

Alexand. 



• This pedigree is taken from the original Visitation in the College of Arms. 
It was entirely omitted fn)m the Burrcnden copy. 

I 



114. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



Margareta. 



^ 



Franciaca. Carolus 6 filios. Anioniafl Henricas 3 filins. 

6 filioB. 



L 



EdouardoB Deringe miles filioB et Bobertm Johannes 
hseres. 2 filius. 4 filias. 



Edonaidns 
Sfiliua 



I I I 

Georgius Benetta Jana uxor 

2 filius. uxor Johis Hen. Hanle 

Fisher. Armigeri. 



Blizabetha uxor Willmi 
Skenington de fBsherwike 
in com. 8ta£f. Ar. 



lisaD. 



I 



Elisab. Boroi^pJoannes Der^ .... filia Edoaardua Xpofems dnxit Mi 

J_t. WWT_A.A_«. • __^ J«. I ^A, - I li I, I. , I. »J«._ __ _1_ at: t:i « • «j_ 



dn*i Wotton 



IT 

1. Ed< 



inge de 
Elham 



r-T-. 

et 

|b, 



I 



louardus. Elizabetha 

3. Johannes. ox. Isaci 

2. Thomas. Bargraye. 
4» HenricoB. 



oohseres sine prole, filiam Francisci Bwanne 
Bnrresh. de Wye. ^ 



Jana uxor Geo. 
Hussej de com. 
Snff. 



ITT 



1. Johannes. 

2. Thomas. 

8. Franciscus. 








KoTE. — In the original Visitation (C. 16, fo. 51) in the College of Arms, the 
Dering Coat is not giren. 



TISTTATION OP THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



" Le Keve'B Bute. Vol. 2, p. 48." 

" See thu coDflnnation of Snpporten Creiit ■nd Arms to S' Edw&rd Derin^ 
Kt. and Bamoet bj H' Will. 8egar KL Oarter principnll King of Anna, in a 
Maa, book belongiDg to me Peter Le Nere Noiroj, Icttred on the back with 
these words, Miacellaneoua CoatA Crests & Pedigrees pag. 72 Jc the Bdltjre in 
the 2^ place. btupport«r« 2 Horses ISab. nained or, and in man; other placet in 
that bcnk and in anothei M8S. of mine farmerlj Joha Tajlora, 




VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



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IliJKtwr mrald. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP KENT. 



117 



REGISTERS. 



PLUCKLEY BEGISTEB. 



BAPTISMS. 



1561. 

ues. 

1666. 

1666. 

1666. 

1668. 

1568. 

1576. 

1679. 

1603. 
1606. 

1606. 

1607. 

1609. 

1609. 

1610. 

1617. 

1620. 
1626. 
1627. 
1632. 
1633. 
1036. 
1662. 



Mr, ADtDnie Beftrine: bad a doTghter 

baptjsed 20 day of Joly. 
NicoUaa aonn of Antoni Dearing Gent. 

baptiMd 17 day of NoTeuber. 
Jane Dearing the dftaghter of Biohard 

Dealing Esq. was baptisd the xri 

daj of Ao^at. 
George Deanng the sonne of AnthonT 

Dearing gent, was baptised the xt^ 

dsj of Angast. 
Thomas Dearing the sonne of Bichard 

Dearing gent, was baptised the Tijj 

daj of Aprill. 
Tweaden Dearing the sonne of Richard 

Dearing Esq. was baptised the zziij 

day of June. 
Clare Dearing the daughter of Anthon j 

Dearing gent, was baptised the ix 

da^ of March. 
Imprimis Bennet DeMing the dsughter 

of Bichard Dearinge Erar. was 

baptised the ix daj of April!. 
George Dearing the sonne of Richard 

Dearing Esq. was baptised the xiy 

of Nouember. 
Edward Dearing the sonne of Richard 

Dearing Esq. was baptised the xxril 

day of ffebruary. 
Bichard Dearing the sonne of Richard 

Dearing Esq. was baptised the second 

day of August. 
Anthony son of Antho. Dering knight 

26 Febr. bap. 
Inpmis Nicholas Dearinge ye sonn of 

Sir Anthonie Dearinff kniarht was 

baptised the wij day of AprilL 
Charles Derinv ye sonne of Sir Antonie 

Dering knignt was baptised the vig 

daye of June beinr wit sondaye. 
Margeret Dearinge the daughter of Sir 

Anthonie Dering knisht was baptised 

on tusedaye beinge tne ei^t daye of 

September. 
Bathshira Dering the daughter of Sir 

Antonie Dering knight was baptised 

the first day of July. 
Tabitha Dering ye daughter of Sir 

Antonie Denng was baptised also ye 

same daye being twines. 
Christofer Dering the sonne of Sir 

Antonie Deringe knight was baptised 

ye 20 daye of Januarye. 
Thomas Deering sonne of 8r. Anthonie 

Deering knight was baptised the IS 

day of October. 
Anthone sonne of 8r. Edward Dearinge 

the 28 daie of Januarie. 
Edward sonn of Sr. Edward Dering 

knight b. NoTember 8. 
Elisabeth daughter of Sr. Edward Der- 

inff knif^ht ft Baronet Sep. 18. 
Mr. Uenne the sonne of Sr. Edwarde 

Deering knight ft Barronette July 1. 
Mr. Edwarde Deeringe the sonne of 

Sr. Edward Deering July 20. 
Frances Dering daughter of Sr. Ed. ft 

Vmtun July 3. 
John ye sonne of Sr. Edward Deering 

knight ft Barrrinett ft Daiiip Mnry 

bin lady wa.1 borne 11 baptised 13 

of NoTember. 



1663. 

1663. 
166S. 

1664. 

1666. 

1669. 

1679. 

1680. 

1680. 
1682. 

168}. 

1686. 

1731. 

1732. 

1738. 

1736. 
1738. 

1739. 

1740. 
1742. 

1743. 

1747. 
1765. 



Edward ye sonne of Henery Deeribg 

Esquire & Damaris his wife was 

baptised ye 27 of July. 
Arabella daughter of Sr. Edward Der- 
ing Barontt. borne ft bapt. ffeb. 28th. 
Edward Dering Esq. eldest son now 

liring of Henry Dering Esq. borne 

at Perinston ft christened ye twenty 

serenth day of July. 
Mr. John Dering second son now Uving 

of ye sayd Henry bonie at Perington 

ft christened ye twelvth day of 

September. 
Mr. Unton Dering third son of Mr. 

Henry Derinff ft DamAris his wife 

WAS christened ye twenty second day 

of ApriU. 
Robert the sonne of Sr. Edward Der- 
ing Barott. borne the 13th day of 

April and Baptised the 26 of the 

same moneth. 
Cholmler sonne of Edward Dering Esq. 

and Elisabeth his wife was borne on 

the 23 day of June all halfe an hour 

past 6 of the clock in the afternoon 

and baptised on the 16 day of Jnly. 
Edward sonn of Edward Dering Esq. 

ft Elisabeth his wife was baptiziKl 

June ye 8th. 
Henery sonn of Edward Dering Esq. waa 

baptised Februair the 28. 
Cicilia daughter of Edward Dering Esq. 

and Elisabeth his wife was baptised 

December the 30th. 
1!\ illiam sonne of Edward Dering Esq. 

and Elisabeth his wife was baptised 

fTebruary the 11th. 
Daniell sonne of Sr. Edward Dering 

Barott. ft Elisabeth his Lady was 

baptised May the ffirst day. 
Edward sonn of Sr. Edward Dering 

Bartt. and Elisabeth his Lady was 

baptised July ye 30th day. 
Edward sonn of Sr. Edward Dering 

Bartt. ft Elisabeth his wife was 

baptised October ye 24. 
Daniell sonn of Sr. Edward Dering 

Barontt ft Elisabeth his Lady was 

baptised Decembr ye 27th. 
Mr. Charles son of Sr. Edward Dering ft 

Mary his wife was brat. October IMh. 
Charles son of Sr. £dward Dering 

Bart, ft Mary his wife was bap. 

July 18th. 
Mary daugr. of Sr. Edward Dering 

Bar. ft Mary his wife was bapd. 

Decemb. 3. 
John son of Sr. Edward Dering Bart. 

ft Mary his wife was bap. JAnrr. 12. 
Mary dauffhter of Sr. Edward Uertng 

Bart. & Mary his wife was baptised 

June 8. 
Cecelia daughter of Sr. Edward Dering 

Bart, and the Lady Dering waa 

baptised Jannr. 3. 
Thomas son of Sir Edward Dering 

Bart, ft Mary his wife was baptised 

Janry. 7. 
Elizabeth daughter of Sir Edward 

Dering Baronet and Deborah his 

lady wan bapt. at the Church Doc. 13. 



118 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



17M. Cbolmonlay son of Sir Edward Derinx 
Bftrt. and Deborah his wife baptised 
at the Parish Church Not. 27. 

1818. March 81. Cholmelej Edward ion of 
Cholmelej Edwd. John ft Maria 
Dering. 

18S8. Feb. 27. Maria daa. of Cholmelej 
Edwd. John ft Maria Dering. In 
note Charlotte Eliaabeth Cholmelej 
were added on confirmation. 

1827. Mar. 16. Edward Heneage son of 
Cholmelej Edwd. John ft Maria 
Bering. 



1837. Aug. 10. Francis Henry son of Sir 

Edward Cholmeley and the Honble. 

Jane Dering Baronet. 
1841. Mar 18. Oeorge Edwardet son of 

Bdward Cholmelev and Jane Dering 

Baronet. Note tnis child waa bom 

on the 12th of Jan. 
1846. Aug. 12. Adela Dorothy Jane dan. of 

Edward Cholmeley and Jane Dering 

Baionet. 
18417. Not. 14. Arthur Bobert son of Edward 

Cholmeley and Jane Dering, Bart. 



MABBIAOU. 



1564. John Dearing Esqr. and Agnes his wife 
were married ye second day of 
December. 

1686. Henry Haole, gent, was married to 
Jane Dearing, gent, the xxxj day of 
August. 

1698. Imprimis Edward Drainer of Smarden 
f minister) was married to Clare Dear- 
ing Uie xxw Aprill. 



1024. 



1706. 
1798. 



Sir Peter Wroth kte ft Margarett Dm> 
ing daughter of Sir Anthonv Deryng 
knt marryed by licenoe ffeo. 28. 

Oeorge Soott Esq. ft Mrs. Cecilia Der- 
ing were married May re 81st. 

Oeorge Dering Esq. of this Parish 
Batchelor and Elisabeth Dering 

Sinater of this Parish married in 
u church by lioenae 28 June. 



BirUALS. 



1660. Margit Moor ye wife of Mr. John 

Moore ^formerly widow of John 

Dering of Surrenden) died 1 day of 

December. 
1561.* Thomas Deriuffe tonne of Richard Der- 

inge gentelman died the fourthe 

dare of Marche. 
1562. Imprimis Elisabeth Dearing the 

oauffhter of Anthony Dearing Out 

was Duried the zzri daye of June. 
1666. Twisden Dearing the sonne of Bichard 

Dearing Esq. was buried the zrj day 

of Norember. 
1600. Dorothe Dering the daughtr of 

Anthony de Esq. buried zztj 

Scptemor. 

1606. Nicolas Deringe the sonne of Sir 

Antonie was buried the zg daye of 
Aprill. 

1607. Mistrisse Jane Deringe the daughter of 

Sir Anthonie Dering knight was 
buried the fonrtine 14 daye of 
December. 

1606. Mistrisse Margeret Dering the wife of 
Master Bichard Dering Esquire was 
buried the seconde daye of August. 

1600. Bathshira Dering ft Tabitha Dering 
daughters of Sir Antonie Dering 
knight being twines were buried ye 
6th daye of July. 

1610. The worthie Ooremour or Magistrate 
of Ood's people of Pluckley here 
wth us, Mr. Richard Derinf^ Esquier, 
was buried or interred the sizt da^e 6 
of March: whith a worthie solemmtie, 
aa was meete for suche a worthie ft 
excellent christian man. and good 
goremer or ruler of Ood's people. 

1613. Thomas Dering gentlema' the sonne 
of Mr. Antonie Dering of Charing 
was buried the 6 day of Maye. 

1618. Thomas Deering sonne of Sr. Anthony 
Deering knight was buried the 4 of 
Septemoer. 

1622. The Lady Elisabeth Dering wife of Sr. 
Edwsrd Deringknt. June 27. 

1628. The Honble and Vertuous Lady Anne 
Dering wife of Sr. Edward Dering 
knt. aud Baronett Apr. 17th. 



1634. 

1635. 
1640. 

1657. 

1667, 

1660. 

1661. 
1664. 
1666. 

1671. 
1676. 
1680. 
16S0. 
1681. 
168i. 
1684. 
1687. 

1689. 

1708. 
1704. 
1707. 



* This entry is from the transcripts at Canterbury 



Mr. Anthony Deering the sonne of Sr. 

Edward Deering knight ft Barronett 

was buried the 24 Sep. 
Sr. Anthony Dering buried March 18. 
Mrs. Elisabeth Deering wife of Mr. 

Charles Deering Septemb. 9. 
Mr. WHliham sonn of Sr. Edward Der- 
ing Barronet buried the 25th of Aprill. 
Dame flhmoes Dering the lady of Sr. 

Anthony Dering buryed ye 9th of 

NoTember. 
Mr. Heneaff. Dering sonn of Sr. Edward 

Dering fiarronett, deputed this lif 

re slxt day of October. 
Eaward Denng son of Mr. Heniy Der- 
ing buried ye 7th of March. 
Katherine daughter of Henry Dering 

Eso. burred June 16. 
Mrs. Arabella daughter of Sr. Edward 

Dering Barontt waa buryed Aprill 

the 16. 
Mrs. Sarah daughter of Sr. Edward 

Deering Bamnett was buried July 6. 
Lady Unton Dering was buried Norem- 
ber ye loth. 
Edwara sonn of Edward Dering Esq. 

was buried July the 4th. 
Henery sonn of Edward Dering Esq. 

was Duried March the 2d. 
John sonne of Edward Dering Esq. 

was buried December ye 28. 
Robert sonne of Edward Dering Esq. 

was buried January ye 4th. 
Sr. Edward Dering Baronett waa 

buried June ye 28th. 
Mrs. Katherine daughter of Sir Edward 

Derinff Bartt was buried the 19th 

day of December. 
Sr. Edward Dering Bartt was buried 

November ye 22th 1600: who died 

at Dundalk in Ireland October the 

15th 1689. 
The Lady Marr Dering was buried 

iTebruary ye 12. 
The Lady Eusabeth Dering was buried 

October ye 26 day. 
The Ladr Mary Dering wife of Sr. 

Cholmnr Denng Bartt. waa buried 

Norember ye 18 day. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



119 



1711. 8r. Cholmly Derlne Bortt. wu burled 
Mave ye IS daj. In certificate 
book 8r. Cholmlj Dering Bartt. was 
buried and no certificate brought, 
but there was ffive pounds paid, and 
distributed to the poor of ye Parish. 

1790. Mrs. Blizabeth Dering daughter of Sir 
Bdward Dering kt. and Bartt. and 
EUsabeth his Lady about ye age of 
6 months was buried June ye 18th. 

173S. Edward sonn of 8r. Edward Dering 
Bartt. A Elizabeth his lady was 
buried february ye 14th. 

1734. The Lady Elisabeth Dering waa buried 
March ye 17th. 

1737. Mr. Oharles Dering was buried Feb. 18. 

1740. Mary Dering was buried May 29th. 

1741. Master John Dering son of Sr. Edward 

Derintf Bart. & Mar^ his wife was 

buried in woollen Apnl S2nd. 
1748. Mr. Edward Dering was buried in 

woollen Sep. 22. 
1743. Cecelia daughr. of Sr. Edwd. Dering 

Bart, buned in woolhi. Jan. 6. 
1767. Mrs. Dering was buried in Linnen 

Marah29. 
1700. Daniel Dering Esq. was buried in 

woollen June 2. 
1782. Sr. Edward Derinff Baronett was buried 

in woollen April the 22d. 



1768. March 8th. Cholmonley Dering Esq. 

was buried in woollen only. 
1776. Dec. ye 23. Lady Dering wife of ould 

Sr. Edward Dering, Bart. 
1796. Dec. 18. Sir Edward Dering Bart, was 

buried in woollen. 
1808. Sep. 26. Edward Dering Esq. was 

Duried in woollen. 
1811. July 6. Sir Edwd. Deiing was buried 

in woollen. 
1618. March 27th. Dame Deborah Dering of 

Tunbridge Wells aged 73 years. 
1830. July 24. Anne Dering, widow of Sir 

£dward Dering Bart, of London, 

aged 73 years. 
1836. April 20. Mrs. Selina Dealtry (n4e 

Dering) of Canterbury a|^ 80 years. 
1836. Not. 16. Chohneley Dering Esq. of 

Brighton, Sussex, aged 70 years. 
1843. Sep. 26. Charlotte BucknaU Dering, of 

Ayott St. Laurence, Herts, aged 60 

years. 
1846. Oct. SO. Charlotte Elicabeth Dering, 

aged 76 years. 
1818. Aug. 10. Cbolmeley Edward John 

Dering aged 68 years. 
1858. Feb. 13. Cholmeley Charles William 

Dering of Bamscate ased 73 years. 
1874. Nov. 23. Edward Cholmeley Dering 

Esq. aged 41 years. 



CHARING BBGISTEB. 



BAPTXBMS. 



1671.* AHes Derynge. 

1676.* Bobert Derynge. 

1667.* It'm Elyzabethe ye daughter of An- 

thoOTe Dearinge gent, was baptixed 

the 27 of Auguste. 
1602. Kather^e the daughter of Mr. Finche 

Deennff the 18th of February. 
1688. Thomas tue sonne of Mr. John Deering 

the 31st of March. 
1604. Bennett the dauffhter of Mr. Finohe 

Deering the 17tn of Nouember. 
1606. Mary the dauffhter of Mr. Finohe 

Deering the loth of January. 
1606. Thomas ye sonne of Mr. Kioholas 

Deering the 23th of Apnrll. 
1608. Fraunces the daughter of Mr. Finohe 

Deering ye 12th of Novemb. 
1699. William the sonne of Mr. Nicholas 

Deeringe the 26th of Nouemb. 
1599. Brent Deering the sonne of Mr. Finch 

Deerinff the 11th of February. 
1601. Anthony the sonn of Mr. Flnoh Deeringe 

the 14th of March. 
1604. Robert the sonne of Mr. Finche Deering 

the 19th of August. 
1604. Jane the daughter of Mr. Nicholas 

Deering ye lOth March. 
1606. Elisabeth ye dauffhter of Nicholas 

Deering gent, ye 13 of Aprill. 

1606. Elisabeth ye daughter of Mr. Finch 

Deering ye 7th of September. 

1607. Edward ye sonn of Mr. Finch Deeringe 

Te 20tn of March. 
1610. Jonn ye sonn of Mr. Finch Deering ye 
first of Aprill. 
Ann the daughter of Finche Deering 



1612. 
1616. 
1617. 



gent, ye 6 of Decemb. 
Elisabeth ye daughter of John Deering 

gent, ye 3d July. 
Margaret ye daugnter of Finch Deering 

ge't. ye 24 of June. 



1617. 
1619. 
1620. 

1620. 
1622. 
1626. 
1627. 
1627. 



1620. 
1630. 
1632. 
1633. 
1635. 
1637. 
1638. 

1643. 
1667. 
1668. 



Ann ye daughter ot John Deering ge't 

ye 3 of August. 
Jane ye daughter of John Deering gent. 

ye 26 of Aprill. 
Finch ye sonne ) of Finch Deering 
Alice ye daughter J gentl. ye 6th of 

July. 
Fraunces ye daughter of John Deering 

ge't. ye 22 Jan. 
Katheryne ye daughter of John Deering 

gent, ye 2 of January. 
Christopher ye son or John Deering 

gent, ye 8tn of August. 
Edward ye son of Jonn Deering gent. 

ye 28th of July. 
Mary ye daughter of Brent Deering 

gent, ye 20tn of Novemb. 
Ann ye dauffhter of Brent Deering 

Sent, ye 4tn of June, 
n ye son of John Deering gent, ye 
17th of January. 
Finch ye son of Brent Deering gent, ye 

6th of Sept. 
Thomas ye son of Brent Deering gent. 

ye 7th of October. 
Ebsabeth ye daughter of Brent Deering 

Sentlema' ye 6th of January, 
ith ye daughter of Brent Deering 

Oent. ye 6th of Novber. 
Anthony the sonn of Brent and Aim 

Dering October ye xxij. 
Frances the daughter of Brent Dering 

Gent, and Anne his wife August ye 

uij. 
Brent the soim of Brent Dering gent. 

and Ann his wife December ye z. 
Edward the son of Christopher Dering 

Esq. and Elis. his wife Aug. 12. 
Elisabeth the dauchter of Christopher 

Dering Esq. ana Elizabeth his wife 

was Baptised October ye 24th. 



* The first three entries arc from the transcripts at Canterbury, the registers not com. 
raencing till 1690. 



120 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



1660. 

len. 



1007. 

1600. 
1607. 



Muj the daoghtr. of ChrUtopher 
Bering Baa. k Bliiabeth hia wife 
March ^e 14Ui. 

John Deiuff son of Christopher Deriag 
Bsq. k EliKabeth his wife was bap- 
tised the six and twentieth day of 
September. 



1716. Bdward son of Edward Dering riear of 
Charing and Sarah his wife bom 
January 26, bapt. Febr. 6. 

178S. Sarah daughter of Edward Dering 
ricar of Charing and Sarah his wile 
bom December 28 bapt. Jan. 9. 



Kicholas Deering to Ann ^ 

Darell (the 17th of 

George Scott to Alljce C August. 

Deeringe I 

George Euidson to Katherine Deeringe 

re 24th of Febr. 
John Somers to Elizabeth Deering the 

10th of August. 



KABBIAOBS. 

16M. 



Henry ffleld to Mary Bering ffebmaiy 

the 26th. 
16M. Robert Jenings to Jane Bering ffeb- 

ruary ye 27. 
16M. William NetherM>le and Philadelphia 

Dering lOber 22. 
1714. Edward Dering A Sarah Mannooch 

married Bee. 12. 



BUBIALS. 



1606. Elisabeth ye daughter of Mr. Finch 

Beering ye 28 Oct. 
1616. Mr. Anthony Beering Bsquyre ye 28 

of April!. 
1621. Finch ye sonn of Finch Beering gent. 

ye Is June. 

1626. Finch Beering gout, ye 16th of July. 

1627. Edward ye son of John Beering gent. 

ye 29th of July. 
1627. Ann ye wife of Ivicholas Beering gent. 

ye 2 of September. 
1627. Fraunces ye daughter of Finch Beering 

gent, ye 18th of September. 
1632. Thomas ye son of Brent Beering gent. 

ye 16 of October. 
16S7. Anthonj the sonn of Brent Bering gent. 

ye riij of March. 
1(M0. Nicholas Beering Gent. Becember ye 

xiuj. 
1641 . Katherin the wife of Thomas Steephenes 

of Wve the daughter of ffinch Bering 

of Charing Gent, deceased Jutye 

the 18th. 



1644. 



Brent Bering gent. eapt. of the seli^cted 

band in the honored of Calehill 

Aprill the 6th. 
Mrs. Anne Baring was boiyed Septem- 
ber 7. 
Hesti^ the daughter of Christopher 

Bering Bsq. Sept. 16. 
1693-94.* Cristopher Bering Esq. bnryed 

BeoemMr 23. 
Catharine wife of Bdward Bering 

Vicar of Charing buried Bee. 7. 
Philadelphia wife of William Kether- 

Bole (nie Bering) buried Oct. 19. 
Edwara son of Edward Bering near A 

8«rah Ids wife buried June 20. 
Mrs. Elisabeth Bering widow buried 

ADril27. 
Saran wife of Edward Bering rioar of 

Charing buried May 1. 
The Revd. Mr. Edward Bering A.M. 

near of this Parish was buried 

October 4th. 
Sarah Bering of Canterbury Oct. 90th. 

94 age. 



1666. 
1673. 



1701. 
1717. 
1719. 
1724. 
1736. 
174S. 



1817. 



1774. 
1800. 

1802. 

1801. 



1769. 



1771. 
1785. 

1810. 



BABHAM. 



BAPTISMS. 



Charles son of Charles Bering Esq. A 
Elisabeth his wife August 16th. 

George Charles Bobert the son of 

' Gw>rge and Elisabeth Bering was 
bora 24th August 18lX) and christened 
in the Parish of Goodnestone. 

Robert the son of Gteorge and Elisabeth 
Berinff was bora 7tii of Ma^ 1802 
and christened in the parish of 
Marylebone. 

Charlotte Elisabeth daughter of George 
A Elisabeth Bering was bora 22d of 
April 1804, and christened at Tun- 
bndge WeUs. 



1808. Edward Cholmelej son of Edwai^ A 
Henrietta Bering was bom 19th 
Nor. 18117 and christened 9th of 
Janry. 1806. 

1807. Harriot Mary dan. of George A Elisa- 
beth Benn^ was born 13 January 
1807, A christened in the parish of 
St. George's Hanover Square. 

1806. Caroline dan. of Geo. A Elisabeth 
Bering was bora 16 September 18()8, 
A chnstened in the parish of Mary- 
lebone. 



MABBIAOI. 



Bobert B'Arcy Hildrard Batohelor of the Parish of Gilling in ye county of York Bsq. A 
Mary Bering of this Parish, Spinster, Married by Licence 23 Sep. 1769. 



BUBXALB. 



Charles Bering Sep. 24th. 

Mrs. Elisabeth Bering wife of Charlea 

Bering Esouire Not. 17. 
EUaabeth wire of George Berinff Esq. 

aged 37 of the parish of Marylebone 

was buried Oct. 11. 



I 1816. Charles Bering, of St. George's Hanover 
> Square A Barham Court, buried 

Dee. 13 aged 77 years. 
1869. Louisa Grace Bering of Barham buried 
Dec. SO aged 68. 



This entry is from the tranaeripts at Canterbury, not being in the Registers. 



VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OP KENT. 



121 



BOLVENDEN. 



BArTIBMS. 



1661. 



16S3. 



1066. 



1066. 



Julie 31. ThonuM IWringe tonne to 

John Deeringe k Marie bis wife was 

borne. 
M^ 7. Eliiabeth the dao. of John 

Deerinj( was borne the Mventh daj 

of May br Marj hie wife. 
Jalj 11. Mary the dan. of John 

Deering waa tx>me 11 July bjr Mary 

his wife. 
Sep. 11. Marj the dan. of Nfcholaa 

I>eerinj[ waa borne 11th Sep. bjr 

Anna his wife. 



1667. 
1667. 



1663. 
1678. 



16S3. 



MABUAOU. 



1663. WiUiam Eldridge k Mary Dearing. 
1677. Riohard Rabbit & Anne Dearing were 
married June 17. 



1686. 



Feb. 9. John the ion of John Deerini; 

was borne 9 Feb. by Mary bin wire. 
Feb. 10. John the lonn of NicholH>« 

Deering was borne the 10 Feb. by 

Ann his wife. 
Elizabeth dan. of ye said Nicholas & 

Annis Deering was bapd. eodem die. 
March 6. John yo son of Josnith 

Deanng A Mary his wife was bap- 
tised. 
Elizabeth the dan. of Joseph Deering A 

of Mary hin wife was bapd. 17 Sept. 



Abraham Wintteringham & Mary 
Deeringe were married 27 Oct. 



BUBULS. 



1666. Feb. 14 Mary the dan. of Nicholas 

Deering wav buried 14 Febr. 

1667. Aug. 21. John the sonn of John Dering 

was buried. 
1689. March 3. John the sonne of Nicholas 
Dering was buried 3 March. 



1668. Sara Deeringe was bnryed January the 

tenth. 
1671. Margret Deering wa« buryed Oct. 22. 
1688. John Deering was bnried Jan. 10th. 
1690. Eliz. Deering was buried June 2. 



BENBNDEN. 

BAPTISM. 

1800. May 2eth. Sophia dr. of George k Mary Deering privately baptised. 

MABBXAGBS. 

1796. George Dearing of this par. A Mary I 1874. Apr. 6. George Dearing aged 31 A 
Oyler Crozford of same mar. 27 Apr. | - -^ , 

BUBXALB. 

1799. June 10. An nnbaptised son of George I 1800. June 2. Sophia Deering. 
Dearings. 



Esther Jenner. 



TENTERDEN. 

BAPTISM. 

1607. Elizabeth Dearinge daugh^ to George Deardnge gent. bapt. ye zt) of August 

MABBIAOB. 

1674. Thomas Wolell A Mary Dearing were maried Sep. zzij. 

BUBXAL. 

1607. Mrs. Dearinge wife tc Mr. Robt*. Dearing was bur. ye z. day of June. 



DODDINGTON. 

(From the TroJueripU at Cauterbury.) 

BAPTX8M8. 



1769. Feb. 21st. Edward S. of Mr. Edward 
Dering and Dorothy his wife bap* 
tized. 

1776. May 16. Margaret daughter of Edward 
& Margaret Dering. 



1779. March 10. Edward son of Edward 
Dering gpntleman & Margaret his 
wife. 



MABBIAOBS. 



1757. July nth. John Mascall of Anhfonl, & 
Mary I>erini; of this Parish were 
married by Licence. 



1769. 



June 12th. William Lnftie of St. Maiy 
Magdalen in Canterbury surgeon, & 
Husttr Dering of this Parish married 
by Licence. 

K 



r 



122 



VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OP KENT. 



1764. May 22d. Baker Coates of New 
Bomney, & Elisabeth Dering of 
this Parinh were married in thia 
Church by Licence. 



1707. Mar Slit. Thomas Whitfeld of the 
Fariah of A8hford,and MarthaDerin^ 
of thia Pariah were married bj Li- 
cence. 

1773. Aoft. 17th. Edward Bering ft Mar- 
garet Norrington. 



BVUAL8. 



1720. Not. 8. The Ididj Dorcai Dering. 
1762. Aui^t. 23d. Mr:*. Elizabeth Dering, 

wii'n of Mr. Edward Dering waa 

buried. 



1760. 
1772. 



April 2d. Edward Dering (infimt) waa 

buried. 
Oct. 23. Mr«. Dorothy Dering. 



EOERTON. 
{From Ike tramtcriptt.) 



BAPTISlia. 



1 694. Elisabeth the daughterof John Deringe 
bap. 28 of Octo. 

1619. Fraunces daughtr. of Edward Dering 

gent. Aug. 16. 

1620. Mary dauf^ht. of Edward Dering 

gent. July 23. 



1623. 
1625. 



1683. 



Thomas sonne of Edward Deeringe 

glint, bapti. Ang. 13. 
Margaret daughter of Edward Deering 

sen. bap. Oct. 25. 
E<hrard tne sonne of Anthonie Deeriog 

gent. bap. March 14. 



BUBIALS. 



1618. John Dering gentle*. Septemb. 11. 
1628. Margaret the daughter of Edward 
Deering gent, buried Ju'e 25. 



1628. 



1633. 



The itill borne man child of Edward 
Deering gentleman waa buried No- 
Tember 7. 

Barbarah the wife of Edward Deering 
gent. bn'. ffeb. 19. 



THORNHAM. 
{From the tnaueript*.) 



BAPTiaifS. 



1674. Henry the aonn of Henry & Mary 

Dering bap. Feb. 2-1. 

1675. Edward ye son of Henry Dering & 

Mary his wifo bap. March 28. 

1677. Will ye son of Henry Dering A Mary 

his wifo bap. Nov. 6. 

1678. John ye son of Henry Dering k Mary 

his wife bap. July 18. 
1682. Mary ye daughter of Henry Dering & 

Mary his wife band. Jan. 6. 
1684. Elisabeth ye dangnter of Mr. Hen^ 

Dering & Mary his wife bap. Sep. 10. 



1636. 
16S7. 
1681. 



1696. 



Thomas ye son of Mr. 

A Mary his wife bapt. 
Ann ve daughter of Mr 

& Mary his wife bap. 
Dixon ye son of Hen. 

this parish k Mary 

May 22. 
OrifBih ye son of Hen 

this parish & Mary 

April 25. 



Henry Dering 
June 29. 
Henry Dering 
Feb. 24. 
Dering rio. of 
his wife bapt. 

Dering ric. of 
his wile bapt. 



I 



MABBXAOB. 

1718. Thomas son of Hen. Dering vie. of thia parish k Mary Hope married April IS. 



BrBIALB. 



1703. Mary ye wife of Hen. Dering ric. 

buried Not. 26. 
1711 . Dixon ye son of Hen. Dering ric. buried 

Apr. 20. 



1716. 
1720 



Elisabeth danriiter of Hen. Dering 

ricar buried Deo. 9. 
Mr. Henry Dering ricar of Thomham 

buried affidarit Oct. ye 6th. 



ST. MABTIN IN THE FIELDS. 

BAPTISV. 

1672. Apl. 2. Samnel son of Sir Edward Deering Kt. & Bart, of Flackley eo. Sent, k 
Dame Mary, bom M Mch. 



ST. ANNE, 80H0, MIDDS. 

BAPTXail. 

1707. May 23. Cholmley son of Sir Cholmley Deering k Mary bom 2d. 



VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF KENT. 123 



1687. Oot. 10. Hrarr SalthouM of St. Martin 
in the Fields k Martha Deerinf of 
Rickmaniworth, Herta. Lie. Abp. 
Cant. 



1786. Sep. 11. Sir Edward Derine. Bart, of 
Sorrenden Kent k Mary Mompeson 
of Barham. lie. 



BUBIALS. 

1888. Jaly 7. Maiy Deertng Gent. W. (t. e., 

woman). 
1717. Bee. 3. Mrs. Deering. 



1718. July 2. Sidney Deering. 
1788. Oct. 17. Charles Derin^ Bsq. 
1735. Apl.lt. William Dearing Bsq. 



ST. JAMBS, WBSTMINSTBB. 

BAmSM. 

1718-8. Jan. SS. Wm. Homebj son of Badmund Deerii^ and Mary his wife, bom 18th. 

VABBIA0B8. 



1770. May SI. Cbartes Derfng Esq. of Bar- 
ium CO. Kent A ElisUi. Famaby of 
this Parish. Lie. Cant. 

178S. Sep. 16. Henry Deering of this parish 
A Blisabeth Plaistow of St. George's, 
Bloomsbury. Lie. Cant. 



1834. June 18. Frederick FitshertiertHaale- 
wood, Clerk, of Maidstone, Kent, 
bachelor, A Charlotte Bliaabeth 
Dering of this parish, spinster. 
Lie. 



ST. BBNBT, GBACECHUBCH. 

BUBIAL. 

1659. Jan. IS. Ann ox. Anthony Deering. 
ST. AKDBBW'S, HOLBORN. 

BArTISU. 

1706. Deo. 8. Bdward son of Sir Cholmly Dering Bart. A Dame Mary, Ilatton Garden. 

MABBXAOB. 

1701. July 17. Sir Chomley Dering of Plaokley, co. Kent, Bart. A Mary Fisher of Folham. Lie. 

BUBIALB. 



1634. Oot. 89. Thomas Dearinge, a Ham- 
sheermandied in Mr. Devrinff's house 
in Grays Inn Lane, buried thence. 



17S54S. Aug. 3. Charles Dearing. 
1785-6. Aug. 24. John Dearing. Grays Inn 

Lane. 



ST. GILES IN THE FIELDS. 

BAPTIBUS. 



1670. July 22. Sarah d. of Sir Edwd. Dering 



uy zz. 
Kt.A 



Bart. A Dame Sarah. 



167& Mar 5. George, son of William A 
Bdward (sic* Dearing Esq. A the 
Lady Elisabeth. 



MABBIAOBS. 



1687. B«p. 81. Edwd. Howes A Mary Dering. 

Lie. Bp. Lond. 
1078. Jttne 3. Worlley Whorwood of eo. 

Kent Esq. A ijin dan. of Sir Edwd. 

Dering, Kt. of this parish. Lie. 



1681. Oct. 1. Henry Deering A Elisabeth 
Bowman both of St. Martin in the 
Fields. Lie. 



BUBUU. 



1669. Not. 80. Mrs. Sarah Deering. 
1074. June 87. Samuel son of Sfr Edward 
Dearing, Kt. 



1682. Sep. 88. Mrs. Elisabeth Dearing. 



ST. LAURENCE POUNTNEY. 

MABBIAGB. 

IMl. May 16. Bichard Paget A Matgery Dcringe. 



124 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



BT. BABTHOLOMEW THB OBBAT. 

BVBI1.LB. 

163S. Not. 9. Thomu Deering. Oent. 



11066. Sep. 28. SuMii dfta. of Wm. I>Mtriiige 
—plague. 



ALL HALLOWS, LOMBABD BTBBET. 



1806. Dee. 89. Bden s. of John k Martha 

Deering, bom 22 Nov. 
1808. Oct. 31. Joseph s. of John k Mirth* 

Deering bom Itt. 



1811. Oct. Si. Betse^rdwDuof JohnftMutha 
Deering bom 2 Deo. 1810. 

181S. Mar 19. Chnrlee a. of John k ICartha 
Deering. 



ALL HALLOWS. BABKHTO. 

MABBXAQI. 

1642^. Feb. S. Bobert Wheeler k Eliith. Deeringe both of St. Bridee, Fleet Street. Lie. 



ST. BARTHOLOMBW THE LBSS. 

XABBIAGSa. 



1640.1. Mch. 10. Wm. Wueman of Maid- 
stone, Kent, Oent. A Ann Dearinge of 
Luddeedone in lame coontj. 



1648. Apl. 6. Sir Bdwd. Deering Bart, k 
M arj Harrej. 



ST. PBTEB LB POOB. 

MABBU.GU. 

1603. Mar 86. John Deeringe k Bliath. | 1649-60. Feb. 24. Thoa. Launder k Bebeooa 
Palmer. 1 Deering. 



ST. THOS. AFOSTLB. 

KABBIAGB. 

1679. Deo. 7. Bichard Prowae Gent, k Ann Deering. 



ST. MATTHBW, FBIDAY STBBBT. 

BAMIBIU. 

1666.6. Jan. 1. John aon of John Dereing. | 1701. May S3. Bliath. dan. of Edwd. k Ann 



arxs. J 
Daring. 



BUBI1.L. 

1666-6. Jan. 16. John Dearing. 



ST. OREOOBrs. 

■ABBIAGB. 



1779. JnlT 1^. Thcs. Deringe Esq. ot St. Gregory's k Hester Willis of St. Maivaret's, 



reatminster. 



ST. BBIDB'S, FLEET STBBBT. 

BAPVISMB. 



1637. Oot. 88. Henry son of Mr. Deering 

&EUith. his wife. 
1664-6. Feb. 14 Heneage son of Xpofer ic 

Elixth. Dearing. 



1693-4. Jan. 88. Susanna d. of Unton A 

Blisth. Dering. 
16864). Mch. 88. Elisabeth d. of Unton A 

Elisabeth Dering. 



1I1.BBIAGB0. 



1689. Juhr 16. James Tooth, widower A Jane I 1606. May 14. Peter White, Bachelor k 
Dearing, spinster. | Margaret Dearing, spinster. 



VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OP KENT. 125 

ST. AUOUSTIXE'S. 

UAKBIAOB. 

1602. Apl. 14. Fynehe Deling k Mary Poore. 
OBEBKWICH, KENT. 

KABBIAOS. 

1860. Sep. e. Bdmand Sanle A Mary Deering. 
HAMPHTBAD. 

BUBXAL. 

1676. Aug. 21. Penelope daa. of Chriatopher Deering Eaq. & Elistb. of St. OOm in the Fields. 

ST. LEONARD, 8HORED1TCH. 

MABBIAGB. 

1626. Jane 13. Joseph Thake&SaaanDering, widow. 
ST. LUKE'S. CHELSEA. 

UABBIAOB. 

1720. Oct. 7. Wm. Ooddard of St. Oilee in the Fields, Bachelor and Elisabeth Deering of 
St. Andrew's llolbom, spinster. 

ST. GILES, CBIFPLEOATE. 

MABBIAOBS. 



1562. Not. 9. James Francklinge A Elixth. 

Deeringe. 
1584-6. Jan. 10. Wm. Skerington Gent. & 

Elixth. Deringe. 



1604. Sep. 29. Jeremy Deeringe A Isabel 

Martin. 
1638. Moh. 27. Solomon Beat & Katherine 

Deering. 



BUBXALB. 



1680. Aug. 2. Thomas Deeringe, Oent. I 1608. June 18. Mary daa. of Joseph Dear- 

1638. Oct. 2. Edmund Dearing, Yeoman. | ing, Oent. flrom St. Alphage. 

ST. OLAYB, 8ILVEB STREET. 

BUBIAL. 

1666. Jnneia Alice Dering. 
WESTMINSTER ABBEY. 

BUBXAK. 

1621. Jane 14. John Dealing, a King's I 1708-9. Mch. 21. Riohd. Deering, one of the 
scholar. | Almsmen. 

ST. MARGARETS, WESTMINSTER. 

MABBIAGB. 

1679. Oct. 12. Richd. Dering A Mary Griffith, widow. 
ST. ANDREW'S IN THE WARDROBE. 

MABBIAGB. 

1618. Joly 11. Edward Dearinge to Alice Richardson 



The extracts from London Registers bsTC been famished by the courtesy of Colonel 
Ohester, and printed by his kind permission; all the reat are from the collections of Um 
Rev. Francis Haslewood. 



126 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



MONUMENTS IN PLUCKLBY CHURCH. 

BeaUe qafunplariam proaTonun memorin 

Qui spe fajlici* in Cnriato reflurrectionifl 

Mortales exuriaa 

per quinqae et amplias saeuU 

Heio iaxta depoffuere, 

pranertim rero 

Abari sai Biohardi Dering Armigeri 

Avi D'ni Antonij Bering e^uida Aurati 

Patris Edvardi Dering inilitu et Banmetti 

Qui omnes 

prndentia conBommata 

Fide famaqae intaotia 

Sinoera pietate et ingenno momm oandore 

in yiuis clamere, 

Addidit Eduardas inmiper. 

Vberrimam omiu(^nie eraditionis oopiam 

GratnB ob tot virtatum exempla 

» Maou parca, animo pio 

I Fieri fecit 

EoiTAaoiTB Dbbivo Baronettna. 
(Richardas) nl: 1612: JBt: 82. 

I ob.-^ Antoniua > Anno sal: 1036: ^t: 78. 

(BdttarduB ) sal: 16M: ASti 46. 



Ahha 
Edoabdi Dbbivo Militiset Baronetti eoi^ax 
I Johaonia Ashbomham equitia aurati 

Bt Slix : de Bellomonto Baroniaace de Cramond filia 

Claritatem generia, moram aanctitate, 

FomuB elegantiam, in^enij aoayitate 

Nobilitavit, 

Virttttea omnea habuit nullam Jactaait 

Qoippe inter omnea hiuniUtatem coluit, 

Adeo ut egregiaa auaa dotea alioa latere Toloit 

Et aeipaam imprimia 

Et iBgre t«ndem patitur loquaz marmor. 

InnooentiasimaB vitie breni enienao atadio 

Dileotionia plena, fldei flrma, apei certa 

Ad ortom aolia in feato paschatoa 

Die et horft totiua anni deatdcratiaaunia 

Cam Chriato et in Chriiito 

Reanrrectionem habuit : 

iBUtia 23 : Salutia 1628 : 

Optimn matri pon : 

E. D. Barttua . 



Hio infra Quieaoit 

Bdoabdus Dbbivg Baronettna, 

Flniimia, honeatiadmiaq Reipoa : Muneribna 

Tandem perftinctua: 

Erat enim moz & Cabolo reatitnto. 

UnuB ez aritttria Conflacationum, (Ynlgd^ Clameonun 

In Hybemiam Delegatia ; 

(Ubi etiam a aeoretia condlna :) 

PoateA in pBtriA auA k ouatodibua— 

Privati Sigilli : 

Deinde e Prafeotia JBrarij ; 

FTBtea item Commereg Hamber|(enBia : 

In Mnata interei, auotieaounq indioeretor, 

Ad RdpublicaB aalatem 

Cum diligentU et fldelitate Taeant. 

FiHoa erat Edoabdi Dbbihg de SurreiMlen 

Dering Barti : 

Uzorem duxit Mabiam 

Filiam Dakibub Habtbt de Combe 

In oomitatu Surrenai Annigi : 

Qoas bic item adjacet. 

Ex illi liberoa procreavic Septendecim 

Filioa octo, Filiaaq Novem. 

^. ... J iUe xxiv junu a.d. 1684 Mt 68. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 127 



Uic jacet 

EoTASDUH Dbhibto Baronettus, 

Cum uxore Elizabeth^, 

Oalielnii Cholmeley Baronetti 

E Quibas norcni nati fnerunt Liberi 

Quorum quinque 

Catharina, Edvardos, H«nricn8, 

j^^rn" [«•-■«• 

Hio cum parentinna requiescunt. 

Sperantes omnes et Expectantea 

Per Chriatum Solum 

Rcaurroctionem k Salutem 

Quatuor superstites ; 

Cholmeley, Gulielraus, 

Cecilia, Daniel 

Infantes a Patre sunt relicti. 

lUe enim pro patri& et Seligione arma gerens 

Hibemmm profectus est et ibi mortuua. 

Slizabetha vero 

Fcminarum uxorum, et matmm optima 

Virum mortuum hue reduxit A Sepelivit, 

Familiam per sedecim annos Tidua. 

Sustinuit et omavit 

Liberos virtute et sapientiA 

Instituit, eduxit reuquit, 

/\u::*i Edvaidus ) Anno »tai SO 

^*^"M Elizabetha / 47 

a.i i 1<^ die Ootobris 16 

°^l 1704 20 



H.B.E. 

Chouolst Dbbikg Baronettoa, qui 

ampliMima Familia natna, non minus ftiit 

Prudentia, Ingenio, Existimatione et Virtute 

clams, (jaam Oenere Paterfamilias erat 

liberabs et proridus; Tivendi ratione. 

Dignitatem suam sustinuit, Panperes iMffO 

suolevaTit, firequentes ConriTas splendiao 

accepit, et facultates eaa reliquit quibus 

Posten Dignitatem illiuii, & Ma^ificentiam 

imiturentur, ReipublicsB, PrincipM & EcclesisB 

Cultor erat sincems Senator in Cantro 

et Comubift semel atq iterum electus, 

anmmam Bonorum spem in eo positum 

nnnquam fefellit Amiois e^ erat lucundos 

propter Festivitatem, Facetias & Comitatem 

ac propter Fidem et Benevolentiam ehama ; 

Quorum dissidia prsB singulari Illorum et 

Paris amore compouere studens, ma^pio 

PatrisB dolore & detrimento Duello ntam 

amisit. 

Prope Hunc jacet Mabia Bdvardi Fisher 

Civ. Lond : Armigeri Filia. Uxob exiniia 

Corporis pulehritndine, morum snavltate & 

V\t9 sanctitate tali Viro omnino digna 

Ex iUA Filios habuit EnTABDUu. 

Et Cholmelejr. 



IS KIPON CATHBDBAL. 

H. 8. HaiTBAeius Dbbhto LL.D. Alius natu maximus Christoferi Dering de Charing in oom. 
Cant. arm. Rmo Patri Johanni Sharp Bboracensi Arohiepisoepo per riginti annos a seoretis 
et a sacris domestious. Htgus eociesue collegiatas per annos fere quadra^nta Decanus eC 
Residentiarius. Ex Anna uxore, dicti archiepi. flIiA, uberos reliquit superstites, Eliaabetham, 
Johannem, Aunam, Ileneagium, Mariam, Philadelphiam, Juditham, obiit 8 Aprs. 1760 istat. 86. 
Kesurgam. 



128 



VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF KENT, 



IN CHABINO CHURCH. 

Near this place 

Ljo the Bodyefl of 

Chbistophkb Dbbiro 

of Wiclrins Esq 

and of ^LTZABKTH his Wife. 

lie was Son of lohn Dering, 

son of Christopher, 

■on of loha Dering. 

of Sarrenden Esq : 

She was Heiress of Francis Kennedy 

of Lincolnshire. Oent. 

Thej left Issue Heneaoe,* Edward, 

EUaabeth, Mary, and Phjladelphia, 

He died Deer. 18th 

1689 

Aged 60 Years. 

She died April 19th 

17». 

Aged 89 years. 

They both left this world w'th chearftill 

hopes of a better. 



Here lietii the Body 

of Edwabd Dbbihg. Clerk 

son of Christopher Dering 

of Wickins, Esq. 

He was 46 Years Vioar or ys Church 

Bom 6 Aug. 1667 k died 30 Sepr. 1742. 

His first Wife Cathbbivb Lbtbt 

died 4 Dec. 1701. and had no Ihsuc. 

His Second Wife Sabah Mavhouch 

died 26 April 1735 

b^ her he had a son Edward who 

died young, & a Daughter, Sarah 

Who Smrived him. 

and caus'd ts gravestone to be laid. 

His two wives A son lye buried 

near him in this Chancell. 



Here lieth the Body 
of CATnBBiirB Dbbiko. 

Wife of the Hevd. 

Edwo. Dbbiko, Clerk. 

She was Daughterof 

Willm. Levet Esq. 

who served King Charls 

the first many Years 

and attended him on yo 

scaffold at the time of 

his Martyrdom. 
She departed this life 

Dec. 4th. 1701. 

And left noe Issue. 

This stone k four more 

w'th ye marble Monument 

was erected by 

Mrs. Mary Duncomb 

to the Memory of her 

Father, Mother 

k sisters. 



• Heneage Dering won Dean e/ Ripon, Archdmeon of the East Riding, Prebmtdartf of Yorlt and 
Reeior of Skgringham. He married Antus daughter of John Shnrpe, Archbishop of Fork. He died 
1760, ag^ 86. His youngest son, also named heneage, was Rtctor of Uiltoh Keynes, Bucks, and a 
Prebendarg of CanUrbury. He died in 1S02, aged U. 



VISITATION OF THE COTJNTT OP KENT. 129 



WILLS. 

IZTBA0T8 WmOU WILLS AT OAHTSBBVBT. 

(Prored in the Archdeaconry Conrt.) 

Wm of Siekard Der^ng de PlukU, 26 Apr. 1480. (lu. SO.) 

In Dei noie Amen zxr die mens Apl Anno dni MccccLZXxmo Ego Ricns Derjng de poch 
de Pinkie in com Kano gentilnum comiKM mente et sane memor condo testm men in nniic 
mod. Imprimis lego anam mea dec omnipotenti bte me A ombns loia corpnaq men aepoltur 
trandend m oapella bte me inf eccliam proch de plokle pdiet. Itm lego Imi alte cmcia ibm vj d. 
Itm do A lego Johi filio meo, do A lego Agneti nx mee. 

The laat will of me Bichard Doryng of pth of Pinkie gentilman made the xr day of Ap. in 
the XX yer of the regne of Kg. Ed. ye iig after the conquest. To Agnes my wiff, property in 
Pink, litUe Chart A Uothfleld. 

John Dering my son, in defknlt of issue to Jamys my son, in default of issue to William my 
son, to son John lands in 1yd A fiomen^ mah, to James my son lands called Dengemsh. My 
daafl^ters Cristen A Margrete. 

TroTed with codicil 20 Not. 

JWm wm of John Deryng de Minster, 1480. (▼. 7.) 

In dei noi'e Am'e xiig die Ani^usti Anno dni millmo ccccmoLxxxix Ego JohneeDeryng de 
poch de Mynster in insula de Thaneto bone mente et bone memorie oorpus<i men sepeliend in 
cimiterio ibm. Itm lego Agnet Derynge mat mee una* vacca*. Itm lego Juliane fllie mee. Itm 
lege Isabelle fllie mee. Itm lego Willm carter. Itm lego Juliane nx mee residm. 

This is the last wyll of me John Derynge lands to Julian my wyfe unto ye tyme yt Willia' 
my son com unu) ye age of xxii yer. Julian A Isabell my doughters. 

ProT. 18 Feb. 

From Will of Thomaa Dtrynge of SUnotynff, dated 11 Majf 1500. (xx. 10.) 

"My body to be buried in the churchyard of Stowtyng aforsard. My sistre Cecilie, and 
hery tayler bei husband. John Hede of Stowting, Wuliam Webb of Lymmyng, Ntchelas 
Vincent, John Nott the elder A Thos. Brockma' of Lymmyng. I boqueith to the sayd churche 
off Lymmyng xvj s. Christian Oibbes/* 

Ihm Will of NiehotoM Deryng of Rotvendm^ 1617. (xiii. 2.) 

XX Jane miUimo angentesimo septo decimo I Nicholas Deryng gentilman of Bolvenden, to 
be buried in church of Sernt Nicholas of Plukler before the picture of Seynt Blase there. Itm 
I ordeyne to the light before or Lady of pyete tner znd. To Alice Sheterynden iij li vj s viij d 
at her marria^. To the marriage of Anne my dought xx^ li xiij ii|jd ; to Julian my dought 
xxyj li xiij ii^d. Dorothe my dought not 22 yrs. 

Alice my wife A John my sonne executors A my ffather A my brother Bichard orerseers to 
whom I ordeyne for their labonre rj s riij d. Son John not 21 years. 

ProT. 14 Oct. 1617. 

Fnm Witt of John Deryng of Plnekkp, 1617. (zxzx. 2.) 

20 Aug. Anno Hen. 8 nono Johes Deryng senior de Plukley gentilman sepeliend in nare 
eoclie de Plukler pdicta coram imagine bte Marie pietat. Itm lego Alicie fllie mee risnti marc. 
Itm lego John Dering fllio et hereai Nich. Deryng fllii mei. Juliane uxori mee. Itm toIo q 
Aiicia Dexjnff yidua mater pdicti Johis post decessum men'. Itm lejgo Henrico Deryng confllio 
meo yj s Tig a. Itm lego Anne Deryng fllie Nicholai Deryng filii met sibi solnend ad state snam 
rigintt et unins annor. Itm lego Juliane et Dorothe aliis duabus filiab predict Nich. (not 21 
yrs). Julian wife and Bich son exors. John Dering the son of Nidi my son. Xftr Lassheford. 

ProT. 14 Oct A.D. millmo qui gent decimo septimo. 

Fnm wm of Biehard Deryng of PluekUtg, 164S. (xxn. 1.) 

Bychard Deryng of Flucley, Kent Esqnier x Nov. xxxri^ Hen. YIII. to be buried in church 
of Pluckley betwene my father A my oosyne hoome. To Wm. Nethersole, Aunte Alice Andrewe, 
To my cosyn John Deryngs, daughters Bennette, Margaret, Martha, EHxabeth Darrell to her 
marriage, to John Daireil the son of Geo. Darrell. To Margarett Deryng the wife of my 
nephewe Deryng, and Edmund Lassheford. 

Bennet my wyf with Geo. Darrell A John Deryng executors. Land in little Chart to mr 
nephew John Derrng for life and after his decease to Bychard Dering his eldest sonne. Lanos 
in Bethersden to Anthony Derynge, Henry Dering A Wm. Deryng. 

Proved 24 May 1647. 

/Vom Wm of John Dtrgng of PlmekUg, 1686. (xxm. 2.) 

John Derjrng of Pluckley 24 May 27 Hen. VIII., Margaret my wieffe, cosyne John Tucke. 
" Richard A Antnonye Deryng my sonnes," not 21 years. Bennette A Margaret Deryng my ij 



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VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 131 

eldMt duffhten. Murtiha "Derjpg k Amje Deiying dans. Thoa. Brent, f^ent. Edwarde 
Deryng mV soiine, Bicharde Derjring my eldeat tonne, i^bert Deryng mj youngest aonn. John 
Dei^ng. To Anthonie all niehe stnf ae his graonde mother Jane gave. Margaret wife eole 
eztnx., COS. Oeo. Darrell k oos. Nioolaa Moore overaeen. 
Prored 13 Sep. 4 Edw. VI. 1660. 

Fnm WUi t^f Siward Deermg of BorUm Matktrbe, 1620. (Lxnx. 460.) 

Ta Sir Anthony Deering mr brother, unole Brent, George Deering my brother. My 
brother Biehard. My brother fSsher, eieter flaher ; Lady Wotton, Eliaabeth fflaher my neeoe, 
to Sir Edward Deering my nephew, uster Deering, sister Storinge & sister Ualle, oos. Elizabeth 
Bargrave. Oos. Bobt. Deering, Mr. John Darell. 

Prored 26 Feb. 1822. 

iVoM Witt of Ckritlopher Deering qf WiOetborougk, Oent^ 1927. (lxxt. 448.) 

Mentions mr "Oldest son John Deering, second son Thomas Deering, third son Frances 
Deering, eldest oaa. Katharine Boyse, my second dan. Jane Pickering, my third dan. Martha 
Master, my loring ooosin Frances Bngboome. Mildred Deering my bewrea wife." 

Dated 18 April, proTcd 7 June 1827. 



iVoM Wm qf John Ihermg of Sandwich, Tapler, 1622 Ci'Xn. 68). 

Unto the child of my son John, Mary my wife. Thomas Deering my grandchild, the son 
— on Thomas Derini 
▼ed 26 July 1624. 



of myson Thomas Dering. 



JWmeff Dering of BxngwaiM^Kemi, 1660 (lxx. 714), bo. in Ringwold chaoceL My wife (no 
name) daa. Mary, brother John Dering. 



Dame Mar$ Deryng <^ Lenkaun (lxxx. 182), widow and relict of Sir Edw. Dering, Bart, 
ingdau. Mar} 
proT. 7 Ap. 1704. 



Loring dau. Bfary Knatchbnll wife of Thoa. K. of Lenham Esq. sole extrlx. Dat. 24 Mar. 1692, 



John Dering <^ Shelve, par. (ff Lenham, Kent, JEm. (lzxxxt. 47.) Mentions my eldest son 
Henry not twenty one years, three younger children John, Edward and Elixabeth also minora. 
" My loring wife Elizabeth Dering, aole extriz." Dat. 16 Jnly, pror. 12 Aug. 1726. 

ffairp Dering of Thcmham, eo. Kent, CUrh. (lxxxt. 82.) " To be bur. in the chancel of 
Thomham in the grnve where my dear wife was buried." To my eldeat aon Thomas, flve pounds 
to buy him mourmng only, he baring had £60 upon marriage, and to my youngest son OriAth 
£66. My eldest dan. Cathnine Giles £10. My dau. Anne Greenstreet, mr granddau. Elis. 
GKlea. My sons in law Bobert GKles and Peter Greenstreet. My dau. in law Mary Dering. My 
dau. Mary Dering sole extrix. 

Dat. 18 June 1718, Codicil 11 July, pror. 4 Oct. 1720. 

KAoard Dering of Pevingtom, Kent, gmU., S8 Oct. 1728. (xci. 68.) To Sir Edw. Dering of 
Surrenden Dering tne manor and farm of Pevington. Mentions my neeoe Susannah Overs, 
Wm. Bedford the eldest son of Susannah Overs, Joseph Overs son of Francis and Susannah 
Overs : Geo. Gooding and Ann his wife. 

Sir Edw. Dering sole exor., Baronett. Prov. 20 Oct. 1742. 

Henrg Dering of Aekford, Oent. (xciv. 374.) Mentions manor house of Shelre in Lenham, 
and my brother Edw. Dering. Dat. 10 Jan., prov. 2 May 1762. 

Jlfory Derina, 12 Nov. 1774. (xcxx. 879.) Whenever it shall please God to take me out of 
this world, my desire is that my son Charles Dering may hare everything I am pos se ss e d of 
except my wearing clothes etc. Prov. 24 Feb. 1770. 

Edward Dering of Barham, eo. Kent, Esq., 29 Jan. 1808. (cir. 84.) My dear wife Henriea 
My uncle Cholmeley Dering Esq. Prov. 6 Oct. 1806. 



BXTBACT8 VSOM WILLS AT CAITTKBBVBT. 

(Proved in the Consistory Court.) 

From Will of Jokannee Dergng de lymmynge, 1479. (ii. 601.) 

A.n. MCCCCLXXix. octavo die mentis Decembris Efpo Johannos Deryng de lymmyngp aana 
mente et bona memoria, corpuaque meu ad sepeliend in ciniitro bea marie de lynimygo suiiimo 
altariibmxxd. Itmlcgoln'i quod dicit le hentelyght. Itm logo Johanne ux vas^. Itm Iei;o 
Johanne iilie mee. Itm EUaabeth & Edithe filiabus d'c«* Johanne fllie mee. Isabeilo filie mcc. 

Dated anno Edwu^ IV. docimo nuno, Proved 21 Juoo mcccclxxx. 



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VISITATION OP THE COUNTY OF KENT. 



ISrom Wm of Jtuaim Dergng d» Lffwmyng 1407. (it. 1M.) 



In xnenM Mail a.d. Mccccxcm Bgo Jacotms Daryng de IjnuDTng oompoa ma&tu oo'do 
tettamentu' meu* &o. 

Imprimis lego uiimam meam Deo omnipotonti Beatae Mariae et ommbfu Baaotii, oor- 
pnsqae meam humandam infira comateriom eooleaiae de Limjiige praediotae. Item lego 
snmmo altari ibidem pro decimis oblitis xx d. Item lego duabiu ftatemitatabiu 8. Joan Bap- 
tiatae ris : ntriqne earora iinam modum ordei. Item lego fratemitati 8. Lanrentii onom htm^t^*** 
ordei. Item lego Inmini 8. Sepolchri ibidem onom modom ordei. Item lego himini 8. Jaoobi 
ibidem dnos denarioa. Item lego Inmini 8. Stephani ibidem dnoa denarioa. Item lego lomini 
Torcheanim ini d. Item lego Inmini de le Herae ibid n d. Item lego onilibet filionim meonun 
iiif d. Item ordino et conatitno ICergeriam nxorem meam, Thomam Brc^emaa et Joaanem 
Kotte exeontores meo« qnibne do et lego midnnm omnium bonomm. 

He then leave* 4 acres of land at Knecherbnahe {?) to be sold to pay hii debte — all hia land 
at Limin^e to bis wife Margery for her hfe— afterwards to his son Thomas — ^fiuling him to his son 
William — failing whom to nia daughter Cecilia. Then he adds 

'* Praeterea ai oontigerit praedict Thomam, IVillielmnm, et Cedliam obire sine baeredibns 
etc. . . . Margeria matre eorum priua mortni, tnno Tolo quod praediot. terrae et tenementa 
Tendantnr per praed. execntorea et feofRitorea meoa, et pecaniae inde proTenientes dJstribnantnr 
in modo et formA Mqnenti, Tim : una para ad obaerrandum nnnm preabyteram celebratnrum per 
unnm annum in ecclesiA de liminge praedicti pro animi mea et pro anima praedictae Margenae, 
et ml. Tia. Tiiid. volo ut diatribuantur circa reparationem rontis beatae Eadbnrgae et ml. 
vi s. Till d Tolo quod diatribnantur circa opera magis neoeaaaria eooleaiae de Liminge praediotae, 
et aliae trea lib vi a. viii d. toIo quod diatribuantur in reparataonam Tiamm nociTanun infra 
parochiam de Liminge pnsdiot." 

From wm of Margtr^ Derjfng, 140a (t. 9.) xi Jan. MCOCCxomx. 

Ego tfargeria Deryng de Lymynge vidua, oorpuaq meu* hnaand in oimiterio eoclie poohialia 
de Lvmynge. Itm lego Cecilie filie mee, Thunua illio, Willmo Alio, Willmo Home fratn meo. 
Jtroved 7 March. 

From WW of John Deryng* of Sgerlon, 1618. (xlxt. SX6.) 

I John Deringe of Bgerton, oo. Kent, Eaq., *' old ; to be buried in the Church of Egerton. 
Mentiona my dau. Elisabeth, my aonne Henryc, my dau. Uuaaeye and my dau. Uaooomplaint, 
also Geo. Huaaeye. 

"Names three sontThoa: John: and Henry, alao Edward my aldeat sonne sole exor." 
Mentions 8ir Anthony Deringe, knight. 

Dated 22 Ang.. prov. 26 Sept. 1618. 

Ftom Will of Anthonio Deeringe of Ckarwgt, (xLiv. 374) 

S Deo. 1613 I Anthonie Deeringe of Charini;p, co. Kent Esq. Mentiona my dau. Rhaatowe, 
Alioe Skott my dau., mr dau. Elizabeth Sommem. Bequesta niito Edward Deennge son of mT 
son Thomas Deering deceased, to Wm. Deering aonn likewise of the said ThtM. deceasea. 
Mentiona Anthony Deering my aonn, my children fynche Deeringe, John Deereinge, Nicholas 
Deeringe. Alexander Deennge, Bobert Dering, Cla^ Drayner mr dau. and the children of 
Oeorge Deeringe my aonn late deceased. 8p<»aka of "land in Keninton being the land of 
Thomas Brent Eaq. late deoeaaed," my brotner John Deeringe and 8ir Anthony Deeringe. 
Fynch Deeringe my aonne my exor. namea alao my son in law Edward Drayner. 

Witnesses John Deringe, and Bobt. Ely. 
FroTed 25 May 1616. 

From WW. ^ Finch Doeringo of Charing, (xltxi. 146.) 

12 Afirfl 1625 I Finch Deeringe of Charing co. Kent, gentleman. Mentiona '* Mary mT 
loveing wife by whome I hare five aonna via. went, mj eldeat aon, Anthony, Bobert, Edward, 
and John and aeven daughtefa via. Katharine now wife of lliomaa Stephena, Bennett, Mary, 
Francea, Ann, Maigarett, and Alice : Childrea being young." Namea "honaes in Charing 
Street^ now uaed for a brewhonae," etc. 

Mary my wife my extrix., and Sir Anthony Deering, knight and John Darall Eaq. my 
loraing lanamen. 

FroTed 13 Oct. 1626. 

From WW of Sir Edward Dering qf Swrondm, 1680. (lt. SOI.) 

8r. Edward Dering of Snrrenden, Barronett, willa to be buried in the pariah chnreh of 
Flnckley aa privately aa can be, leavea landa to mj brother Thomaa KnatchbuU, Wm. Brock- 
man, Ac., in truat. The Lad^ Mary Dering relict of Sir Edward Dering my deceaaed father 
who purchased landa of Francia Bettenham dec. My dau. Cecilia Dering not 21 years. My 
now wife the Lady Eliiabeth Dering, aonn William Derine not 21 years, and my aon Daniel 
Dering. Mr eldeat aon Cholmeley Dering, my wife the Lady Elia. Dering. 

Her father waa Sir William Cfholmeley dec. 

Dated at London 14 June, Prov. 15 Jan. 1688 Stilo AnglijB. Coa. Xropher Dering & 
Brother Bobert Dering exora. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 133 

JSrom Wm 0/ Daman* Daring <tf Camterhurp 1717. (lix. 216.) 

S JoIt 1711 I Damans Deeiing of Canterbury, widow, to be buried in the Ghorefa of Ash 
next Sanawich, near the mres of my father and mother Mr. Thomas Peak and Katharine Peak 
late of Hills Coart dec. Mentions " my grand-dan. Susanna Bedford wife of Wm. Bedford, my 
sister Elisabeth Clark widdow." '* My sonn Edward Deering sole exor." 

Prored S8 Ap. 1717. 

Fnm Witt of BUmbtth Daring qf Mniditene^ widow (Lxn. 6S)— to be bur. near my late dear 
husband John I>ering in the Chancel of Lenham Church. My sons Edward, and John. My 
dau. Elisabeth Dering, spinster. Mr brother John Mills. My son Henry Dering and Hester 
his wife. My son Edw. Dering and Elisabeth his wife. 

Dat. 22 May 1740, ProTed 13 June 1741. 

From Wai of John Dering of 8t. Lawrence 1813. (lxtiii. 173.) 

John Dermg of St. Lawrence in the Borough of Longport, oo. Kent, Oent. Bequests to 
friends James Gorely, etc. 

Dated 6 Feb. 1811, ProT. 21 Jan. 1813. 

BXTBAOm VBOV WILLS AV ■OmUST HOV8B. 

JeHm DuTfng^ 1403, of 8t. NiehotaM, Newbg (Marohe 6) to son John all his armour, etc., to 
Nicholas, etc. Southampton. 
Prob. 21 Deo. 1408. 

I/ieMae Deringe of SUmstedeo, Atsass, Esq. dat. 7 Jan. 1666. (Wrutley 5.) To be buried at 
Lysse. Bequests to Anne Derynge my wief tne peonage of HanUey, mr oldest sonne Thomas 
Dering, William Dering my seoonde sonne. Anne Derrng mr trewe and wellbeloTed wirf, my 
Sonne Thomas Derrng the younger. Mentions BoDcurt Deryng, John Defyng, Aintliony 
Deryng, Edmonde Deryng, and Owen Deryng. 

Prored 13 Feb. 1666. 

NichoUu Deringe, SO Sep. 1674. (Maiiyn 88.) Citisen and goldsmith of London, to be 
buried in parish church of St. Michael in the Qoeme. My son in law Bandall Manning and 
my dan. his wife, son in law Ajithoi^e Bingham, son in law John Dobes, Katherine Manninge 
and Elisabeth Bingham. My wife Fhills Dering houses within St. Martyn's le Ormnde. My 
three dans. Margaret Dobes, Katherine Manninge and Elisabeth Bingham. 

ProT. 26 Oct. 1674. 

Ximmnde Deeringe of 8kogwiek par. (hfinge, eo. Amso, gentleman. (Bowe 17.) To church 
of Chichester twelre pence. To Edmnnde Deainae mr sonne. and 'VHiliam my son (minors). 
Boger Michell my wife's son. Margarett my wife. Tliomas Deringe the younger and Bobert 
Deeringe my brotners. Mr syster Dorothie Barlowe— said Bobert Deeringe also payinge unto 
his dau. Jane Deeringe. Brouier Bobt. Deeringe of Wablington. 

Ptot. 11 May 16&. 

Tkomae Deeringe, of Bere Begis oo. Dorset def. 1690. (Dmiy 16.) Bmmam Deringe alias 
Jerode uxorem Johls Jerode. 

Bobert Dearingn of Bumnte, gent. 8 July 1602. (Harrington 64.) My sonns John, and 
Bicharde Dearinge. 

EJnumd Deerinae, 27 Ap. 1606 (StafTorde 84) of Doekenfetlde co. South, gent, to be buried 
in said church. Edmond Deringe my son, Barbara my dau. " and of the chude Uiat my wife 
Jane nowe goeth with all," etc. My broUier William, son Edmond a minor. I ordaine and 
appointe my welbeloved ffather John Hooke, of Bramshott, gent., and my beloTsd brother 
Jonn Fyme, etc. 

ProT. 28 May 1606. 

Alice Deeringe late of par. of Newington eo. Surrey (Dale 92) spinster, spake and uttered 
these words 17 Apl. 1620, Moner, etc., to my brother Thomas Deeringe and his children. 
NunoupatiTe will proT. 24 Ap. 1621 by oath of Thomas Deringe exor. 

Bicharde Deering 27 Ap. 1630. (Scroope 84.) Bmanarit oomiasio Edwaido Bold proximo 
ooMttiguineo Biehaidi Deering deftmct. 



Sdmond Dnaring 10 July 1632 of Weetwoodhaie co. Berks, gent (Bussell 66) my late deero 
mother Jane Deering der>eMed, late the wife of Nicholas Withers sent, possessed of manors of 
Terring al's Tarring oo. Sussex, aflor the decease of mr deere faUier ^mond Deering, gent., 
deceased, before her intermarriage with the said Nicholas Whithers. Cecfly my win. Tho 



134 VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OP KENT. 

leaw Id Dockenfleld to muI for my loane BdnuHid Deering, my daa. Franeea Deering. Hy ton 
Edmond. «nd dau. Fraooes both minon. My eldeat aon Dorrell l>eeriDff a minor. My well* 
beloTod niend Sr. John Dorrell, the said Henry Hooke, Junes Tutt, and Richard Young, my 
brothen in law, OTerseen of will. 

ProT. 19 Jane 1633 by oath of Ceoilie Deering relict. 

Tkoma§ Dearmg 6 Oct. 1634 of Petersfleld oo. 8oathton, Oent. (Seager 98.) Beqneeta to 
ehorohee of Boriton and Pet«rafield, to my now loving wife Elisabeth Deareing, to Alice 
Qaennell« my tonne Peter QaenneUes' the eldest dan. To Marr Dearing the dan. of mee the 
said Thomaa Dearing, and Dorathy Auaten unlawfully begotten, far the which I pray to Ood to 
be meroiftil unto mee, and to for^re mee ye harnoua offence, and erant me true repentance for 
the same offence. Mary not eighteen years old. Mentions children of Anne Brewster and 
Margaret Mylee ; Elisabeth Dearing my now wife : house and premises at Petersfleldf Thos. 
Brewster my godson : Anne Dearing my god-dan : lianr Dearing the now wife of Oeo. Dearing 
of Lond. gent. WeUbelored brother Gfeo. Dearing of tiondon, gent. 

ProT. 13 Oct. 1634. 

SUaabeth D&erimg of par. of Petersileld oo. South, widdowe, 28 Jane 1636. (Sadler 84.) 
Bequests to my tons John Quennell and Bobert Quennell and to my dau. Joyce Ayling, Mercy 
Boxall, and Elisabeth Stafferton, eldett ton Peter Quennell, sister Luoie Cbiswright, son in law 
WilUsm Ayling. 

Ptot. 16 fv^j 16R6. 



JcHm Dtarn$tg of Odeombe oo. Somevaet, husbandman, 90 Jan. 1696. (Goara 40.) Wills to 
be bn. in diuroh of Odeombe. Mentions my sister Mary Gardiner, her dan. Avis Owdiner, my 
brother Henry Deareing, Vincent my wife. 

ProT. 10 March 1636 by oath of Vincent Dearing. 

Qtoyt D mriHp e 6 May 1636, dtiaen and elothworker of London, gent. (Lee 64.) MeotioiiB 
my brother Edmond Deareing. my sister Warrin and aister Elisabeth Parrat. Bequests to 
Bebeoca Dearinge, Anne Deanng and Marie Deareing. To Mary Dearinge the dau. of my 
brother Thomas Dearing deceased one large Books of Babington'a worke. To Marie Dearinge 
my now loreing wife afi my estate oall^ Blumsbnry near Holbom par. St. Qilea in flelds, 
by m]r second wife Mary Dearang deceased. Mary l)eareing the dan. of Thomaa Deareing 
sometime living at Petersfield deoMsed till eighteen years. 

NamM brother in law Bobert Bere. 

ProT. 18 May 1688 by Marie Deareing relict. 

Otorquu DteHng€ 1638 (Admon. 78) tioessimo aexto die May emanavit oom'o Edmnndo 
Deering fratri Qeorgii Deering nup. pooh. St. Andrew in Holbom. 

Thomaa Dearmga 20 Jan. 1638 of par. of Westham, co. Essex, eentleman. (Hanrey 23.) 
The Lord's most unprofitable servant, wills to be bn. in the High Chancel in Westham pariah 
near unto where I buried my wife. 

Mentions my sonne Thomas, and dan. Alioe Deeringe. 

ProT. 18 Feb. 1638. 

Behmima Daaringe 24 Ap. 1643. (Admon. 21.) Bm. oom'o Susanne Deareinge nnper de 
Croydon in oom. Surr. 1643. 

Hmrjf Deering 16 Mar. 1642, of Plnckly co. Kent. (Fines 197.) To my brother Anthony 
Deerin|[ ; to my brother Charles Deereing lands in Wilsborough and Sevington : mentions 
Nathamel Brent. 

ProT. 28 Oct. 1647 by oath of Charles Deering. 

Bobert Derinfff of Fleet Street, London, dttisen and draper. (Essex 128). My dau. Dorothy 
Dering not eighteen years : my dans. Bathsheba and Mary, son Anthony Dering not twenty one 
years. Mt deare wife Anne Dearing, extrix. 

Signed in the preaenoe of Anto. Dering. 

ProT.28Ang.l648. 

I/nua BdieardHa Deringe 1648 (Admon. 119) deoiroo nono die Oct. e'nt oom'o Miles et 
Baronett d'no Edwardo Deringe, Baronotto Alio d'ni Edwardi Deringe nulitis et Baronetti nup 
de PluoUy in com. CantiL 

John DeareiMe 24 Not. 1661. (Admon. 172.) Com'on issued to TobT Ward creditor to John 
Deareinge late of Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk. Hester Deareinge ye aeo'ed relict. 

Frofuia Dering 22 Feb. 1660, of Bingwold co. Kent (Grey 244) wills to he bar. in the chancel 
at Ringwold. My dau. Marie. To my wife (no name) certain marshland. My brother 
Mr. John Deriner. 

ProT. 2 Dec. 1661. 



VISITATION OF THE COUNTY OF KENT. 135 

JohM Derbtg gent. 4 Aag. 1661> (Bowyer 181.) Zsole of Ckarinffe eo. Kmii, one of the torn of 
John Dering sent, and of jSliiabeth hia wife. Wellbdored fiiend Mr».Mtr7 Wanren dan. of 
Wm. Warren, Iftte of Biple oo. Kent, gent. dec. 

ProT. 9 Oct. 1863. 

JBuaheth Deerinfe, widowe (Brent 9M) mj graodohilde Joyce Wildegooee. Mj beet 
Pettieoate to Eliiabeth Deeringe. Pror. IJoly 1853. 

Thomas Deerinf of #ZMfU par. of Bradwett eo. Oxtm. (Brent 266.) Wills to be bar. in 
BradweU Chorohyeerd. Mentionfl Eliaabeth Deerinm mj dan. My Sonne Thomas Deerinse ot 
ffeifield. My sonne William. To my son Edward Deermge one oowe. My three dans. aUmy 
oome. Son John sole ezor. 

ProT. 13 Joly 1863. 

Bim, Dee riM , 1863. (Alohin 888.) To w*i«nati Francis Tomer my lore to yon p'sented, this 
ia to let yon nnderatand that I am now at Ipswich very ill. having one of my Itggt shot of, and 
yesterday I was taken in a strange case, xbr one a sndoaine my teeth dosed together, and I 
cannot gett them asunder. I have eighteen (23s. a weeke) weekes pay dew to me from C^taine 
Vewherrj, 

In tne happy entrance when corporaU BUinson comes home he will bring my dckett alonge 
with him ; ana Lient. Thiokpenny will tell yon where yoa majr hare him. 

ProT. 8 Jan. 1863. Adm. granted to Irancis Tomer ooosin gexman by the mother side. 

WaUer D«an»ge 1863 (Admon. eal. t.) Southampton (ooold not be found 

John Deermg^ 16 Jone 1863. (Admon. 16.) Adm. to Margarett Deering widow, the relict of 
John Deringe, late in pts. beyond the seas. 

Siekard Deeninfft 29 Jone 1854. (Adm. 471.) Admon. to Martha Andiewes grandchild of 
Bichard Deereinge late oi Barton oo. Sosaez dec. 

WaUam Deering 2 Not. 1865. (Adm. 217.) Letters o adm. to Bdward Deering the natoral and 
lawAall brother of William Deering late att sta in the hipp Dragoneere dee. 

WWkm Deering of A^UOmrit eo. Bwcke, woman (Bothen 188.) To BUinor mT wife the 
tenement wherein Jane Payne my mother now ureth. Slisabeth CkiUier my sister 28 May 1861. 
Prov. 29 Ap. 1867. Adm. to Elia. Collier sister. 

FiOMOta Veeringe reUetj widdow of ge Biohi Wor^B Sir Antiong Deeringe late of Pluddeg 
deeeaeed. (Bothen 6080 My body to be bo. by my deare hash. I give to Sir Edward Deeringe 
Barronett my grandchild my great fine chest giren mee by my sonne Bobt. Deeringe. 

[Beqaeets to my sone Anthony Deeringe, son Charles Deeringe, my dan. Marg^irett ye Lady 
Wroth, Frances my dao. wife of Nicholas Beshall gent, extrix.l 

Dat. 9 Sqp. 1863. Pror. 4 Deo. 1867 by Frances Beahell als Deeringe the dao. and sole 
•ztriz. 

N^ekeiaa DearemgZ JunelWT of WorgreU, Doreet geoman. (Wotton86l.) To be bar in 
Ch. of Beer Begis as neare to my mother as mAie be. To the poer of Warham, yoanffcst son 
Thomas Deareiag, my dao. Bachell Hobbs, Mieholas Deareing, Thos. Dearong ana Sarah 
Deareing sonnes and dao. Orandohild Mary Hobbs. My eldest son Kioholaa Deareing ezor 
not 21 yean. 

Prored 19 Nor. 1868. 

Marv Dering </ WtUborow, oo. Kent, gent. 1880. (Kabbs 118.) My £ither in Uw Mr. Bdwin 
Archer the yoonger of Wilsborow. Mary, Elisabeth A Margarett the daos. of my said deceased 
ancle Mr. l!hos. Boys. Mildred the youngest dau. of my uncle Mr. John Deareing. 

I bequeath unto my loreing mother Mrs. Mary Archer, etc. My very loTing onde 
Mr. Edward Boys. 

PioT. 17 July 1880. 

Biehard Deertinge 80 Oct. 1857 qf Nutom fferrie eo. Devon, geo. (Nabbs 181.) Mary Deeringe 
my dau. Thomasine Deeringe my dau. not 23 years. Orhuido Deeringe ana SamueU Deerinee 
my sonnes. Speaks of wife bving. Marke Deeringe my sonne. Thomasine Deereinge my wue 
eztrix. 

ProT. 29 Oct. 1880 by oath of Thomasine Deeringe relict. 

Maria Dering 24 Jan. 1682-3 (Admon. 2) e'nt como. Margarets Pym als Dering fllia n'rali et 
\timm MarisB Dering nup. de Ciritate Boffen in com. Cantii nd. deftsB. 

Edmundus Deareing 1665<6 (Adm. 09) en't como. Marin Dearemg rid. Edmu&di Deareing 
nup poe Sti Egidii in campis in com. Midd. defunct. March 13, 1685^. 



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VISITATION OP THE COUNTT OP KBNT. 



Xobertttt Detnhuf 27 Jan. 1068 (Adm. I) como. CatoIo Deering frfttri nnll et Itimo Boberti 
Deering nap in partiDaa tnuuacnarinis oelebit defUnot. 

T%oma» DefTinffo/Plumomth eo. Down gent. 1009. (Coke 103.) BeqaesUto Junet BlAckboome 
of Plymouth. To PrisciU* my beloved wife roeMuage within the towne of Lrme Begit oo. 
Dorset, ton in Uw PiJmer and hia wife, ton in law Stephen Bqm, threecrana daogfaten the 
dans, of my aonne James Blackboome, to my dan. their mother, to Deerug Blaokboome my 
grand aonne. 

Prored 91 Sep. 1009. 

Tkomoi Dering 15 Kov. 1072 of th« pari$h of A. Morgarttt$, W«ttmbuter eo. Muld, ciUtMOn 
and grocer. (Eore 140.) To be bar. in the par. ch. of St. Giles in the fields co. Midd., neare 
nnto my late deceased sister Sarah Denng. Mentions my father in law Stephen Bnyaard, 
loving wife Blisabeth Bering, and brother Mr. Nicholas Bering. Bequests to Baohel Bnyaard 
one of the sisters of Eliaabeth my aforesaid wife. Kames nephews KiohoLM, Biohard, and 
Simon Hobbes. 

Dated 16 Kot. 1072. ProT. 10 Deo. 1072. 

William DnHna 107S of par. of 8t. Bartkohmno the Qroai, Lomi, (Bnnoe 18.) " Uee rainng 
himself upp in his bed and speaking to Bichard Slater, etc., then present, that my wife may have 
£20 D^ ann. Whereupon his saia wife being then also present sard that that was too little for 
she did look for more, whereunto he replied m these words, ' Wiie I would not have you to be 
against it, for 't is my will it shouM be soe.' My grandchild Mary Friand hit daa'a. dan. £20." 

Pro?. 20 Feb. 1073. Como. Sibilbs Dering reliota. 

William DeeHmgims qfLomian waroud weaver. (Beeve 96.) Mentions Blisabeth Sheringham 
my grandchild, Wm. Sheringham her father. Blisabeth Jefferys my Idnswomaa. Bequests 
" to Jeremy Deering my kinsman. Martha Simpson my sister, Wm. Sheringham my son in 
law." 

Prov. 21 Sep. 1078. 

PriodUa Dotrimg of Flymtmik en, D«wm, widdow. (King 60.) MentioDs sonne in lawe James 
Blaokbume, dan. in law Suaamia Blackbume, and " my brother Thomas Pouldons." 
ProT. 24 May 1079. 

Joktk DeriMff of par. qf 81. Jamu CZertoiwcU, dttiofn and freotr of Lcmdim. (Bath 87.) ** Being 
aged/' wOls "to he bu. in the par. ch. of St. James ClerkenweU oo. Midd." Mentions **my 
loving cousin Joseph Newiniton of Burwash, Sussex ; my brother in lawe Bichard Stoughton, 
mj neece Anne Hanson now Uie wife of Edwsird Hanson, cousin Bichard Wootton; mrloring 
wife Anne Dering, loving dan. Anne, grandson Henrr, and srand dau. Joanna Dering. nemises 
mortgaged by my sonne John Dering for £900." Names luso " my dau. Orace Doing now the 
wife of my said sonne John, and grandchildren Henry & Joanna Dering." 

Dated 12 Jan., prov. 6 March 1079. 

Marjf Dering </ London, epiMUir. (North 90.) Appoints my loving brother in Uw Bichard 
Brindley Cittisen and Painter of Lond. exor. 
Dat. 4 Jan. 1080. Prov. 17 June 1081. 



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FVoficis Bearing 1083 (Admon. 118^ e'nt como Jaoobo Oades oreditori primili Franci Dearing 
po«B s'd Both! Aldgate, London, def. and jurat Maria Dearing relta 31 Aug. 1684. 



Anihong Deering 1081, o/ par. o/ 8t. BoUlpk witkout Biekoogaie, eiuiaen and haberdaeker qf 
Lend. (Drax. 44.) " Being antient and weake in body," leaves bequests to '* my sister 
Mrs. Margarett Pirn, nephew Mr. Comwell Bradshaw. cousin flTeilds wife, sister Ceaaer, lovdng 
neeoe Mrs. Mary Bradshaw, wife of my said nephew Mr. Cornwall Bradshaw of Lond. gent.** 

Prov. 21 Ap. 1083. 

/okea Dering, 1684 f Adm. 61) em't como. GkBti« Dering ielt« Johis Dering nnp. poia sci 
AndresB, Halbome Mida. deft. 80 ApL 1066. 

Sir Bdwaird Dering, now of tike fair, of St. Martin* in tMeJUUt eo. Midd. Baronet, (Hare 88.) 
" My body to the dust from whence it came, nevertheless in hope of a joyfUl resurrection at the 
last day, through the merits and intercession of the blessed Jesus, my only Sariour and 
Bedeemer." Beoueats " to MJarj, Anne, and Eatherine my three marryed dans, and to Helena 
Southwell eldest oan. of mv dau. Southwell, and Blisabeth wife of my eldest sonne, and to Jane 
my unmarried dan. To Charles, Daniel, John and Bobert my foure younger sonns the debt of 
£4000 owing me by Sir Hu^ Cholmeley, Bart," to "my dau. Jane my two houses in 6i«at 
Russell St., Bloomsbury." Mentions Edward Dering my eldest sonne, and dan. Knatohbnll, 
Mary my loving and beloved wife s«le extrix. 

Signed at his house in Gerard Street in the presence of Henry Dering. 

Proved 4 July 1084 by oath of Mariae Dering.